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    Question Trust Financials

    Good Evening

    On what basis should trust financials be compiled? Information I have found suggests that there is no governance regarding what the financials should be based on. In which case, should property in a trust be revalued?

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    Hi Angelee.
    The statements should embrace the major principles and standards of IFRS. That implies that all assets should be tested for impairment, and investment property revalued periodically. Like with any entity, if the exercise is not cost effective, you should say so and strictly speaking, then apply the cost / fair value model.

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    trust financials

    Quote Originally Posted by CLIVE-TRIANGLE View Post
    Hi Angelee.
    The statements should embrace the major principles and standards of IFRS. That implies that all assets should be tested for impairment, and investment property revalued periodically. Like with any entity, if the exercise is not cost effective, you should say so and strictly speaking, then apply the cost / fair value model.
    Thank you.

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