According to IAS 8, how should prior period errors that are discovered in a subsequent reporting period be recognized in the financial statements? a. As an adjustment to beginning retained earnings for the reporting period in which the error was discovered. b. As a note in the financial statements that the error was previously made but has since been corrected. c. In the statement of comprehensive income. d. Retroactively for all periods presented.

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According to IAS 8, how should prior period errors that are discovered in a subsequent reporting period be recognized in the financial statements? a. As an adjustment to beginning retained earnings for the reporting period in which the error was discovered. b. As a note in the financial statements that the error was previously made but has since been corrected. c. In the statement of comprehensive income. d. Retroactively for all periods presented.

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