There are a lot of websites and more traditional outlets providing information on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). The actual standards issued by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), publications from audit firms, worldwide and country-by-country, providing implementation and change services, books from (educational) book publishers providing the theory and history of accounting policies and techniques, software developers and suppliers providing (automated) accounting solutions, independent professionals selling tools or their services and individuals trying to provide a different solution:
A basic concepts bootcamp to guide readers through accounting fundamentals. Fully up-to-date treatment of key IFRS changes including revenue recognition, leasing and insurance accounting. Specialist chapters on banks, insurance accounting, off balance sheet finance, financial instruments and consolidations. Detailed worked examples throughout, supplemented by ‘analysis focus’ to show the real world application of concepts.
A website as an more easily accessible guide to IFRS. Hyperlinks improve going to a sub-section or obtain a quick detail or background without getting lost or distracted from the core of the IFRS problem you are trying to solve or are trying to understand for your next examination. The website displays general definitions and more importantly the defined terms used in all of the IFRS Standards when users hover over the specific term.