Browsing Research Articles (Accounting) by Issue Date

Browsing Research Articles (Accounting) by Issue Date

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  • Koornhof, Carolina, 1959- (NISC Pty (Ltd) and Informa Limited (trading as Taylor & Francis Group), 1988)
    Information on financial flexibility is important to consider when projecting the cash flows of an enterprise. The level of financial flexibility can influence inter alia the risk profile, solvency and rate of return ...
  • Koornhof, Carolina, 1959- (Juta, 1989)
    The issue of a Statement on Cash Flow Information (AC 118) has generally been welcomed and has contributed to improved reporting standards. However, certain problem areas still exist and need to be addressed in ...
  • Jooste, Richard; Koornhof, Carolina, 1959- (Routledge, 1991)
    Some confusion still exists with Accountants as to the correct accounting treatment for pre-incorporation contracts. An attempt is made in this article to present a framework of the legal positions and accounting treatments ...
  • Koornhof, Carolina, 1959- (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1993)
    The homological transfer research method was used to derive a tentative taxonomy of the discipline of Accounting from the Nolan and Wetherbe taxonomy of the related discipline Management Information Systems. First the Nolan ...
  • Koornhof, Carolina, 1959- (Universidad de Pinar del Río "Hermanos Saíz Montes de Oca", 1994-12)
    Hedge accounting has developed as the traditional accounting measurement model fails to present fairly the effects of hedging. This article defines hedging, considers whether hedge accounting should be permitted and ...
  • De Villiers, Charl Johannes; Vorster, Q. (Quintus) (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1995)
    The environment is establishing itself as an important business issue. There are no laws or regulations to enforce environmental disclosure or reporting in South Africa, yet it is on the increase. However, the reporting ...
  • Buys, W.J.; Vosloo, L. (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1995)
    It is a sign of today's economic realities that divisions and branches of companies are from time to time being closed down. This article investigates the income tax implications of this scenario with regard to the various ...
  • Kruger, Bingle; Shotter, Magdalena; Vorster, Q. (Quintus) (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1995)
    In South Africa the first democratic election brought about the possibility for the South African business community to compete internationally, unhindered by the limitations and sanctions designed 10 counter the system ...
  • Koornhof, Carolina, 1959- (Universidad de Pinar del Río "Hermanos Saíz Montes de Oca", 1995-02)
    In terms of AC 208 a financial instrument can be used either for hedging (non-trading) or for speculative (trading) purposes. The substance of a hedging instrument is, however, not evident from or determined by its ...
  • Koornhof, Carolina, 1959- (Universidad de Pinar del Río "Hermanos Saíz Montes de Oca", 1995-06)
    The 18th annual congress of the European Accounting Association was held on 10 - 12 May 1995 in Birmingham in the United Kingdom. A total of 750 delegates from 51 different countries attended the congress and more ...
  • Koornhof, Carolina, 1959- (Universidad de Pinar del Río "Hermanos Saíz Montes de Oca", 1995-10)
    In 1940 Paton and Littleton adopted two premises in their book "An Introduction to Corporate Accounting Standards" - first that periodic income determination was the central function of financial accounting and secondly ...
  • Koornhof, Carolina, 1959- (Computer Society of South Africa, 1996)
    The Homological transfer method is a very efficient research method which is based on similarities between manufacturing, financial, educational, informational and other productive processes. The existence of these ...
  • Koornhof, Carolina, 1959- (Butterworths, 1996-04)
    The accounting treatment for asset securitisation has been a much debated topic in recent years. The reason for the controversy stems, amongst other things, from the complexity of these transactions, and the fact that the ...
  • Koornhof, Carolina, 1959- (University of Pretoria. School of Accounting Sciences, 1997)
    As we enter the 21st century, the accounting discipline and the accounting profession shall have to adapt to an environment that is increasingly being subjected to rapid and discontinuous change. This article addresses ...
  • Venter, J.M.P.; Stiglingh, M. (Madeleine) (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1998)
    This article analyses the principles for determining the source of income in South Africa for tax purposes. The fact that South Africa is increasingly becoming part of the international community, has resulted in changes ...
  • De Villiers, Charl Johannes; Lubbe, D.S. (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1998)
    Although environmental reporting is not compulsory in this country, many companies and other organisations in South Africa disclose information regarding the natural environment. Organisations may therefore decide for ...
  • Van Staden, Chris J. (Christiaan Johan); Vorster, Q. (Quintus) (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1998)
    The increased incidence of publication of the value added statement in South Africa does not seem to be supported by evidence substantiating its usefulness. This study sets out to determine whether sufficient evidence on ...
  • Grobler, G.P.; Du Plessis, Liesel (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1998)
    Fraud, especially employee fraud, is a reality facing all businesses and it is increasing dramatically. In any organisation the control environment forms the basis for control. It has a pervasive influence on the manner ...
  • Gouws, Daan G.; Terblanche, Albert Blake (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1998)
    The broader view of accounting requires a new approach to the communication of accounting information than is reflected in current practices. Accountants' ability to communicate accounting information effectively is crucial ...
  • Gouws, Daan G.; Koornhof, Carolina, 1959- (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1998)
    The business environment of the 1990s has been subjected to rapid and accelerated change. Times of change give rise to a more uncertain and complex environment in which businessess have to operate, but they also provide ...