Keywords: Mazars, Thailand, Accounting, FAP, CPA, TFRS, SMEs
10 August 2017
These policies are as follows:
1. The FAP revise the regulations for membership fees, which will be lowered and from 500 baht to 300 baht a year.
2. It will review and decrease training fees, and offer low-cost accounting and auditing courses (for 599 baht).
3. The FAP will begin clinical accounting and auditing training to provide practical advice to accounting professionals.
4. It will lower CPA subscription fees.
In addition, the FAP agreed to reconsider an exposure draft of TFRS for SMEs to make these accounting standards for business clearer and more transparent.
For more information, please read the FAP newsletter of July 2017.