Year-end financial reporting developments for private companies - December 10, 2013

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The Private Company Council (PCC) has recently finalized three proposed accounting alternatives (subject to endorsement by the FASB). This is an unprecedented shift in the standard setting process aimed at reducing the complexity of financial reporting for private companies.

What’s the impact on you and your company’s financial reporting?

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December 10, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern

Please join PwC’s Private Company Services (PCS) practice for our webcast on Year-end financial reporting developments for private companies on December 10, 2013, from 1:00pm – 2:00pm. On the webcast we will discuss the proposed standards that the PCC has approved, what these changes may mean to your company’s year-end financial reporting, and the likely implementation timeline for these changes.

Our panel is comprised of PwC practitioners who specialize in providing accounting and auditing services to private companies. Please join this informative discussion as our panelists provide you with

  • An understanding of the Private Company Council’s proposed new accounting standards
  • Insight into the impact of these changes on financial reporting for private companies
  • An overview of which companies will be eligible to apply the proposed accounting alternatives

Who should attend: Chief financial officers, controllers, finance directors, business unit finance leadership and those in other financial reporting positions. 

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