The FASB’s new lease accounting standard might not arrive until 2019, but your company has no time to lose to get in compliance. Recent research indicates that a lot of your peers have serious work to do.
Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB)
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) recently issued an Accounting Standards Update (ASU) intended to improve financial reporting about leasing transactions.
The FASB has issued a major new rule that will change your financial reporting.
Well it certainly took them long enough! After years of proposals and revisions and discussions, FASB and the IASB have finally issued the long-awaited revenue recognition standard.
We may have just started the fourth quarter, but IRS wants you to start prepping for 2012 – with a ton of updates you’ll need for the new year.
Does your company offer share-based payment awards to employees? If so, there are some new rules you’ll have to follow.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board’s (FASB) new revenue recognition standard will have a major impact on a number of companies, particularly Software-as-a-Service (Saas) firms, according to guest author Jim Perry, the director of EPM Enablement at Infor.
OK, so IT gripes about every department. But there are some finance-specific bugaboos that really get their goat.
After a very busy year, CFODailyNews is looking back at the 10 stories from 2016 that attracted the most eyeballs.
A severely past-due customer refuses to pay, claiming the company never met the contract’s quality standards. How do you think a court ruled?
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