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Common U.S. GAAP Issues Facing Accountants

Common U.S. GAAP Issues Facing Accountants

Author: Renee Rampulla Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 15/09/2020

Featuring the latest ASUs through the date of publication, this broad-ranging book covers FASB accounting and reporting developments that apply to all companies. Emphasizing financial statement disclosures in addition to accounting methods, the author presents implementation guidelines and disclosure illustrations from actual financial statements. Key topics include: The financial reporting environment Summary of recent FASB releases Accounting and reporting topics common to most entities, including the following: Recognizing revenue under the new standard The new leasing model Fair value accounting Inventory Property, plant, and equipment - including capitalized interest and nonmonetary transactions Accounting for debt Accounting for income taxes Financial statement presentation and notes disclosures The financial statements

Common U.S. GAAP Issues Facing CPAS

Common U.S. GAAP Issues Facing CPAS

Author: Renee Rampulla Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 14/09/2018

Are you looking for a review and update of common GAAP issues important to all CPAs? This broad-ranging book covers FASB accounting and reporting developments that apply to all companies. Emphasizing financial statement disclosures in addition to accounting methods, it presents implementation guidelines and disclosure illustrations from actual financial statements. This book will prepare you to: Identify and apply select FASB accounting and reporting guidance. Recall concepts related to FASB projects. Recall key points related to disclosures.