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Closing the Gap between Financial Reporting and Reality

by Martin S. Fridson

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In the wake of recent financial scandals, the gap between financial reporting and reality has become a critical issue for investors. The presentations in this proceedings address such key topics as how to identify companies that are playing fast and loose with the rules before financial disaster occurs; understanding what accounting rules actually say about pensions, intangible assets, employee stock options, and derivatives; and how accounting rules are likely to change in the future.

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