Revenue Recognition Standard CPE


G In-Person
Implementing FASB's Revenue Recognition Standard and Preparing for the Lease Accounting Revolution
Taught by Course Author Dr. Ray!

Grasp the fundamental principles of the contract-based approach to revenue that are dictated in ASU 2014-09. Recognize how the transition from operating leases to capitalization will affect companies of all sizes. 

Dec. 19 | Feasterville-Trevose

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Understanding the High-Stakes, Mega Issues in A&A Today
Examine the accounting and operational impact of recent FASB activity, including standards on revenue, leases, financial instruments, and consolidation.

Dec. 29 | Philadelphia

D  Webinars & On-Demand
Webinars

Guide to the New Revenue Recognition Model for all CPAs

Review FASB’s new five-step model, and understand guidance found in Topic 606. 

Nov. 21  •  Dec. 21  •  Dec. 26

Revenue Recognition: 10 Risks Not in the New Standard
Evaluate the non-financial risks of revenue manipulation. Recognize where financial statements are at risk.

Nov. 20

Insights from PICPA Members


Judgment Days Fast Approaching on Revenue Recognition
By Keith C. Peterka, CPA
Many may welcome the replacement of narrow-scope specifics found in the current revenue recognition model, but it must be noted that it is being replaced with a model that significantly increases the amount of judgment in the revenue recognition for many industries.


Lease Accounting: 842 Wake-Up Call
By James J. Newhard, CPA
A decade of effort that began in 2006 has resulted in the issuance of ASU 2016-02, Leases (Topic 842), by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB). The 10-plus years of work may have lulled some to sleep, but it’s time to start paying attention to what’s coming.


Navigating the New Revenue Recognition Standard for Health Care Entities
By Alison Bernhardt, CPA
Revenue from Contracts with Customers (ASC 606) is being termed as the new revenue recognition standard that will replace all existing U.S. GAAP revenue recognition literature for exchange transactions, including all industry-specific guidance previously published.

 
Revenue Recognition Revisited for School Districts
By Matthew S. Wildasin, CPA
GASB Statement No. 33, Accounting and Financial Reporting for Nonexchange Transaction, was issued roughly 20 years ago, so there may be some question as to why this is a relevant current topic. Recent delays in subsidy payments and the rental subsidy moratorium have added an extra level of complexity to revenue transactions.

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