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Reporting currency is the currency which is used for an entity's financial statements. This often requires doing business with a variety of currencies. When this is the case, the currency of the company's home office or parent company where the financial statements are prepared is considered the reporting currency.
International Accounting Standard 21 (IAS 21) defines functional currency as the currency of the primary economic environment in which the entity operates. The same Standard defines presentation currency as the currency in which the financial statements are presented.
The key difference between functional currency and reporting currency is that functional currency is the currency of the primary economic environment in which the entity operates whereas reporting currency is the currency in which financial statements are presented.
Functional currency refers to the main currency used by a business or unit of a business. It is the monetary unit of account of the principal economic environment in which an economic entity operates.
The local currency is the national currency of the country where an entity is located. The functional currency is the currency of the primary economic environment in which an entity operates. In most cases, the presentation currency will be the same as the local currency.
Accounting currency is the monetary unit used when recording transactions in a company's books. It is also called the reporting currency. The accounting/reporting currency is not necessarily the same as the functional or transactional currency, which is what customers see when conducting a transaction, such as a sale.
Foreign Currency Account (FCA) is a transactional account denominated in a currency other than the home currency and can be maintained by a bank in the home country (onshore) or a bank in another country (offshore).
Your typical bank account generally converts money to and from US dollars for transactions in foreign currencies. A foreign currency account, however, allows you to send and receive funds in multiple currencies. You save time with a streamlined transaction and money by avoiding the high fees that come with conversions.
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