A Review of the Current Major Accounting Standards Projects (RRLF)

Customer Rating
Field of Study
Accounting
Level
Intermediate
Credits
8
Qualifies For
CPE



Price:  $79.99

The past few years have seen the issuance of significant new accounting standards by the FASB, which to a certain degree will have a long-lasting effect on virtually all companies. The new guidance on revenue (ASC 606), leases (ASC 842), and financial instruments (ASCs 321, 326, and 815) can be complex to apply and may have significant impact on companies. Collectively, we call these the FASB’s Big 3 new standards. In this course, we will do a detailed review of the new accounting and disclosure requirements of ASC 842, which will see virtually all leases being recorded by companies. The course will cover all aspects of ASC 842 from the perspectives of both the lessor and lessee, including lease classification, liability calculation, and initial and subsequent recording and transition. While the implementation date of ASC 606 has passed for most companies, many are still wrestling with mastering the finer points of the FASB’s new revenue recognition guidance and fine-tuning their disclosures. The course

Additional information

Credits

8

Format

Self-Study Download

Company Code

Self Study

Yellow Book Approved

0

CFP Approved

0

IRS Approved

0

CTEC Approved

0

Field of Study Credits

Accounting (8)

Field of Study Department

Accounting

Course Version

2021-01

CPE Approved

1

Pre-requistes:

Experience in financial accounting and reporting

Knowledge Level:

Intermediate

Major Topics:

  • Lessons learned and best practices related to revenue recognition
  • The FASB’s issued ASUs relating to financial instruments impairment and hedging
  • Lessee vs. Lessor accounting
  • A comprehensive review of the lease accounting guidance
  • Application of Topic 326 to accounts receivable balances

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify best practices and areas for improvement related to revenue recognition
  • Review the FASB’s new lease accounting guidance
  • Be familiar with the FASB’s new guidance covering the new ASUs dealing with recognition and measurement, impairment, and hedging

Designed For:

Practicing CPAs and their staffs, both in public accounting and business and industry -- controllers, accountants, and other financial accounting personnel involved in financial statement preparation and review