PwC's accounting and reporting news: Week of October 3, 2019

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PwC's weekly update on accounting and reporting developments, business news, and highlights from regulators and standard setters.

Non-GAAP measures and the ongoing dialogue: What you should know

The use of non-GAAP measures continues to rise; nearly all of the S&P 500 use at least one. The increased use has come with increased focus from the SEC. We provide the information management needs to navigate the SEC guidance and report quality non-GAAP measures to its investors and other financial statement users. Read our In the loop publication.

Have more questions? Tune in to our podcast on non-GAAP measures to learn more.

How AI will transform the CFO’s role

With smarter automation taking over rote tasks and AI improving analytics, finance leaders can become powerful strategic advisers.

Listen in - Revenue contract modifications: 5 things you need to know

Wondering how changing a contract with a customer impacts the accounting? We explain 5 things to know about revenue contract modifications.

 

PwC’s "Our focus on audit quality" report

The 2019 edition of our annual audit quality report provides us with an opportunity to share how our culture, values, people and processes come together to help us achieve our audit quality objectives.

GASB issues exposure draft in response to LIBOR reform 

The GASB issued an exposure draft proposing guidance to address the accounting and financial reporting issues created by the migration away from LIBOR and other interbank offered rates to new reference rates. The GASB is asking for comments on this proposal by November 27.

Industrial insights - Q3 2019 summary for the industrial products sector

We summarize the recent accounting and financial reporting hot topics for the Industrial products sector.

They lead, we coach: A multigenerational approach to innovation

With mentorship, the digital natives in generation Z can help create a competitive advantage.


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Heather Horn

US Strategic Thought Leader, National Professional Services Group, PwC US

David Schmid

International Accounting Leader, National Professional Services Group, PwC US

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