Saturday, August 15, 2015

Weather the Revenue Recognition Storm

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A Closer Look: Revenue from Contracts with Customers— One Year Later

Your Revenue Recognition Preparedness Kit
Expanded disclosure requirements for U.S. GAAP financial statements will add transparency to financial reporting. As you update your reporting criteria, information systems, processes and controls to meet the new standard, look to ARM for relevant and authoritative literature and links, including revenue recognition requirements of U.S. GAAP, IASB and IFRS.

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Complimentary Web Seminar: A Review of Revenue Recognition 2015

September 29, 2015
2 pm ET/11 am PT
SPEAKER: Scott Taub, CPA

Get an expert’s explanation of the new standard and the changes to the principles underlying the recognition of revenue. Help ensure a smooth transition by hearing about the latest implementation questions and resolutions.

Topics include:
Highlights of changes from current requirements and practice
Key challenges in adopting the new standard
Status of amendments and clarifications, including:
o Delay in effective date
o More guidance on identifying performance obligations
o Potential changes in guidance on licensing
o Proposed practical expedients
o Discussion of required disclosures and attendant data collection requirements

Who should attend?:
Corporate staff charged with preparation of financial statements; all C-suite professional staff; finance and accounting teams; CPAs in public practice with clients who need to have financial statements prepared to IFRS and GAAP standards

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