FASB issued a proposal that would expand the current single-layer hedging model and is intended to better align hedge accounting with an organization’s risk management strategy.
Accounting & reporting
FASB issued a standard that is intended to clarify an issuer’s accounting for certain modifications of freestanding equity-classified written call options that remain equity-classified after modification or exchange.
For-profit entities are permitted to use the not-for-profit conditional contribution accounting model to account for Paycheck Protection Program loans. The accounting requires reasoned judgment, careful evaluation of barriers and thorough documentation.
The acronym for the Governmental Accounting Standards Board’s “comprehensive annual financial report” sounds like a South African ethnic slur. So, the board is proposing a name change to “annual comprehensive financial report.”
Private companies and not-for-profits have the option to perform goodwill impairment triggering assessments at the end of an interim or annual reporting period under an accounting alternative issued by FASB.
Travel restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic have caused many employees to defer their paid time off, resulting in a buildup of liabilities for compensated absences. As a result, CPAs need to take great care in calculating, reporting, and auditing these liabilities.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is seeking public comment on its disclosure rules and guidance related to climate change disclosures.
The Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board’s sponsors reappointed George Scott, CPA, CGMA, for a second term as the board’s chair.
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that it is creating a new Climate and ESG Task Force to identify compliance problems related to environmental, social and governance issues.
Employees’ vacation time and other forms of paid leave would be accounted for differently by state and local governments under a proposal issued by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board.
Goodwill impairment has become an area of increased focus since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s what CPAs need to know about goodwill impairment at this challenging time.
A smarter and more automated operating model for corporate reporting is on the horizon, according to results of a new EY survey.
The SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance will place greater focus on climate-related disclosures in public company filings after a directive issued by SEC Acting Chair Allison Herren Lee.
This express version of the JofA podcast offers insight into mobile workforce legislation, a recent FASB update, and more.
As interest grows in environmental, social and governance information, a new resource provides insights for auditors to assist their clients with ESG disclosures and assurance.
Private companies and not-for-profits will have an option to perform goodwill impairment triggering event assessments at the reporting date (versus on the date of a triggering event as currently required), under an accounting alternative FASB voted to approve.
The demand for environmental, social, and governance reporting is increasing. CPAs have a critical role in meeting that demand, and companies can take action now to enable enhanced ESG reporting.
FASB issued a standard that simplifies revenue recognition for pre-opening activities for private company franchisors.
FASB clarified which derivatives are eligible for optional expedients and exceptions under the new standard that provides accounting relief for reference rate reforms.
The AICPA has published a white paper designed to help practitioners perform SOC for Service Organization reports on companies that use blockchain to deliver services to customers.