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Technical Inquiry Service
- APB Opinions and Interpretations
- Accounting Research Bulletins
- FASB Statements
- FASB Interpretations and Technical Bulletins
- Statements of Financial Accounting Concepts
- FASB Staff Implementation Guides
- Consensuses of the Emerging Issues Task Force (EITF)
The FASB’s project plan, also referred to as its technical plan, lists the projects on the Board’s technical agenda and provides other information such as the expected timing of exposure documents, final standards, and public roundtable meetings.More
EXPOSURE DRAFTS, PUBLIC COMMENT DOCUMENTS & RESPONSE COMMENT LETTERS
A variety of exposure documents to solicit input on its standards-setting activities, such as Exposure Drafts, Discussion Papers, Preliminary Views, and Invitations to Comment.More
OTHER COMMENT LETTERS
Unsolicited comment letters of a general nature are made publicly available unless they meet criteria for confidentiality treatment set out in the Rules of Procedure.More
The FASB prepares minutes of decision-making meetings of the FASB and its Emerging Issues Task Force (EITF). Minutes of other public meetings, to the extent they are prepared, are also available.More
PUBLIC FORUMS INFORMATION
The FASB makes information about public forums available to the public, including the public notice of the meeting, lists of participants, written comments or other material provided by participants, and meeting reports or minutes, and transcripts if made.More
All letters the FASB receives that are an agenda request or a request that the FASB review or reexamine authoritative standards or financial accounting concepts are made available to the public.More
QUARTERLY REPORTS OF THE FASB CHAIRMAN
The FASB Chairman reports quarterly on the activities of the FASB.More
FASB members approve the issuance of standards and Exposure Drafts through a vote by written ballot.
The FASB makes publicly available all significant communications such as its Rules of Procedure and other statements of policy.More
View the authoritative standards issued by the FASB. This includes standards issued by predecessors: the Accounting Principles Board and the Committee on Accounting Procedure.
Nonauthoritative Statements of Financial Accounting Concepts issued by the FASB are also available.
All FASB standards issued prior to the launch of the FASB Accounting Standards CodificationTM on July 1, 2009. Includes FASB Statements No. 1 – 168.More
TECHNICAL INQUIRY SERVICE
The FASB staff provides a technical inquiry service to clarify existing guidance or provisions within existing FASB literature.More