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FAFForgive And Forget
FAFFish and Fisheries (journal; Wiley)
FAFFine Arts Festival
FAFFreedom Isn't Free
FAFFederação Angolana de Futebol (Portuguese: Angolan Football Federation; Angola)
FAFFirst American Financial Corporation (Santa Ana, CA)
FAFFamily and Friends
FAFFriends Asking Friends (software)
FAFFast and Furious
FAFFirst Amendment Foundation (Florida)
FAFFinnish Air Force
FAFFinancial Accounting Foundation
FAFForged Alliance Forever (gaming community)
FAFFrench Air Force
FAFFuel Adjustment Factor (shipping industry)
FAFFreight Analysis Framework
FAFThe Fast and the Furious (movie)
FAFFriendship Ambassadors Foundation
FAFFonds d'Assurance Formation (French: Insurance Training Fund)
FAFFind All Files
FAFFinancial Aid Form
FAFFaith and Freedom (various locations)
FAFFilm Arts Foundation (San Francsisco, CA)
FAFFinal Approach Fix
FAFFile and Forget
FAFFifty Amp Fuse (band)
FAFFine Arts Facility (Westlake High School; Austin, TX)
FAFFishAmerica Foundation
FAFFédération des Aveugles et Handicapés Visuels de France (French: Federation of the Blind and Visually Impaired of France)
FAFFamily Assistance Fund (various organizations)
FAFFind a Facilitator (Mid-Atlantic Facilitators Network)
FAFFamily of the Americas Foundation
FAFFull Auto Frame (computer graphics)
FAFFarmworker Association of Florida
FAFFinancial Aid Fund (various organizations)
FAFFamilies Are Forever
FAFFacility Failure
FAFForeign Accumulation Fund (Australia)
FAFFund for Arkansas' Future (Little Rock, AR)
FAFFast, Accurate, and Friendly (McDonald's employee training)
FAFFundación Angélica Fuentes (Spanish: Angelica Fuentes Foundation; Guatemala)
FAFFrance Aux Français (French)
FAFForward Available Fleet (UK Royal Air Force)
FAFFamily Assessment Form (Children's Bureau evaluation software)
FAFFamily Arabian Foal (Breyer mold)
FAFFrost and Flame (online game)
FAFForum Atomique Français
FAFFast Access Format
FAFFlora Academic Foundation
FAFFree Art Friday
FAFFuture Animators of the Future
FAFFriends Are Forever
FAFForeign Assistance Framework
FAFFondation Alliance Française (French: French Alliance Foundation)
FAFfee assessment form
FAFFeature Activation File
FAFForward Air Field (South African Air Force)
FAFFuzing, Arming & Firing
FAFFacts and Fables (speech database, Carnegie Mellon Universit)
FAFForward and Aft Fuselage (aviation)
FAFFirst Appearance Facility (parking ticket cancellation guidelines; Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
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Established in 1972, the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF) is the independent, private-sector, not-for-profit organization based in Norwalk, Connecticut responsible for the oversight, administration, financing, and appointment of the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB).
Later that year, the Financial Accounting Foundation said it would establish a new Private Company Council, but it would not be independent of FASB, and its decisions would be subject to the approval of the board.
Financial Accounting Foundation sent a letter last week protesting a rule that requires members of a new panel established to shape international accounting standards to have committed to adopting the standards, Reuters reports.
The PCC was created by FASB's parent organization, the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF), in part to identify and vote on potential modifications and exceptions to U.S.
In January 2012, the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF) issued its Post-Implementation Review (PIR) Report on FASB Interpretation No.
The Financial Accounting Foundation's Board of Trustees appoints FASB members and oversees funding and other aspects of FASB.
The jostling about accounting standards for private companies continued last month as the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF), the overseer of U.S.
The first recommendation is that GAAP should be changed to accommodate private company needs and, second, that a separate board should be formed to monitor the process and make those recommendations to the Financial Accounting Foundation, which oversees the Financial Accounting Standards Board and the Governmental Accounting Standards Board.
On September 30, 2011, Tax Executives Institute filed the following comments with the Financial Accounting Foundation in connection with the FAF's post-implementation review of FASB Interpretation No.
Major tenants include EMCOR, FactSet Research, Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF), General Electric, HE1, IPSOS, Marsh USA, and Siemens.
In addition, Russ is participating in the Financial Accounting Foundation strategic focus group on the future direction of the FASB.
Christine Klimek, communications manager from America's Financial Accounting Foundation pointed out that: 'The [USA's] Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has been working in partnership with the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) to improve and converge accounting standards since 2002.' In a joint statement released by the two boards this month, they reiterated their commitment to: 'establishing a comprehensive work plan to complete their joint programme by the June 2011 target,' she stressed.
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