From the Chairman's Desk

How do we reach countless thousands of accountants at smaller private and public companies or not-for-profits? To learn about our standards, they often rely on continuing professional education (CPE) providers.
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For the Investor:
#Technology and #Data

By Alicia Posta and Hal Schroeder

The FASB strives to develop standards that provide useful information and that can withstand the test of time. An understanding of, and adaptation to, future technological advances may play a role in maintaining or increasing their shelf life.
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Accounting Standards Effective January 1, 2019

Some important standards are becoming effective at the start of the new year. Learn more about leases, hedging, revenue recognition, nonemployee share-based payments, and stranded income tax effects before its too late.
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  • From the Chairman's Desk
  • For the Investor:
    #Technology and #Data
  • Accounting Standards Effective January 1, 2019

Featured Video: Revenue Recognition Resources for Private Companies

FASB Senior Project Manager Mary Mazzella discusses resources available for private companies as they look to implement the standard.

On the Horizon

In this issue we briefly explore the balance sheet classification of debt, Codification improvements to credit losses, accounting for episodic television series, and LIBOR to SOFR transition accounting.
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