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This quarterly webcast is designed to address technical accounting issues impacting technology companies. In this webcast, PwC Technology and National Office practitioners will provide an update on the latest ASC 606 amendments and TRG developments, and more.
Register for our quarterly webcast, designed to keep you informed about emerging accounting, regulatory, and market developments impacting financial reporting.
During this 90-minute webcast, private company specialists Kirsten Schofield, Tom Sullivan, Kassie Bauman, and Tony DiNardo will participate in an informative discussion on current accounting and financial reporting developments with a focus on private company considerations.
Entertainment and media companies are facing many different challenges as they determine how to implement the new revenue standard. In this webcast, we’ll share our insights on the latest developments related to the standard and potentially impacting your implementation efforts.
In this webcast our panel will discuss specific impacts the new revenue recognition standard will have on the communications sector, including inherent challenges in implementing the standard in the current environment, practical considerations as communication companies move toward implementation, and more.
Baruch College's 10th Annual Audit Conference serves as a forum for interaction between business, public accounting, academics, and policy setters on December 3.
The FASB's active standard setting means it is more important than ever to know which standards are effective when. Here we provide effective dates for the FASB's recently released guidance, segregated between public companies and nonpublic companies since that designation results frequently translates into a different effective date.
The FASB has proposed a new definition of a business, which would result in more asset (versus business) acquisitions.
On November 20, the FASB issued final guidance simplifying the balance sheet classification of deferred taxes.