Which of the following statements is true regarding the recording process?
A.Because IFRS (International
Financial Reporting Standards) rely more on fair value and less on historical cost than U.S. GAAP, the double-entry accounting system is not widely used by companies who use IFRS.
B.Both IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) and U.S. GAAP use the same general rules of debits and credits and the steps in the recording process.
C.A trial balance using IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) is organized by first showing the accounts from the statement of financial position followed by accounts from the income statement; a trial balance using U.S. GAAP is organized using the opposite order.
D.All of these answer choices are correct.