What's Going on at the FASB

About This Course:
This course covers the Accounting Standards Updates (ASUs) issued recently by the FASB.

The course starts with ASU 2020-05, which delays the effective dates of revenue recognition and leases, the standards effective for 2020 for public entities and private entities, a detailed review of ASU 2016-02, how to implement Topic 842 (Leases), and a review of standards that are coming down the pike.

This course is intended to keep you up to date with what is going on at the FASB and perhaps help you consider whether 2020 is a good opportunity to early adopt some standards that will reduce cost and complexity.What You'll Learn:
  • The new ASUs issued by the FASB
  • The key financial reporting changes of the leases standards
  • Standards that will be effective for 2020 calendar year ends
  • Standards that will be effective in the near future
  • Accounting
  • FASB
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