Proposed Rules For Insurance Company Accounting Are TougherVW Staff
The Financial Accounting Standard Board will propose new rules for insurance accounting on Thursday that seem likely to increase volatility in reported profits for many insurers and lower reported revenue for rapidly growing companies, as noted by Floyd Norris of The New York Times.
“The proposed standard is intended to bring greater consistency and relevance to the . . .
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