IAS 34 Interim Financial Reporting
IAS 34 Interim Financial Reporting prescribes the minimum content of an interim financial report, and the principles for recognition and measurement in complete or condensed financial statements for an interim period.
Published June 1998. Effective 1 July 1999.
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IAS 34 prescribes the minimum content for an interim financial report and the principles for recognition and measurement in such reports. It does not, however, mandate which companies should publish an interim report, how frequently or how soon after the end of an interim period.
Condensed versions of the main financial statements are required within an interim report, along with selected explanatory notes. Guidance is given within the standard for the measurement of items such as revenues affected by seasonality and income taxes.
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The following interpretations refer to IAS 34
- ED/2019/7 General Presentation and Disclosures was issued in December 2019. This is the exposure draft of a proposed new standard that would replace IAS 1. The standard would carry forward most of the current requirements of IAS 1 and add supplementary requirements, including a requirement to disclose unusual items and management performance measures. Consequential amendments to IAS 34 would reflect this.
This page was last updated 30 August 2022.