Question: General Principles In the 1990s the pooling of interest method

General Principles In the 1990s, the pooling of interest method was a preferred method of accounting for consolidations by many managers because of the creation of instant earnings if the acquisition occurred late in the year. Can the firms that used pooling of interest in the 1990s continue to use the method for those earlier consolidations, or were they required to adopt the new standards for previous business combinations retroactively?


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