Private companies and not-for-profits that elect to apply the guidance in a new SEC staff accounting bulletin should apply all relevant aspects of the bulletin in its entirety, FASB’s staff said.
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The board also issued several exposure drafts.
FASB decided to simplify implementation of its new lease accounting standard in an effort to reduce costs and decrease challenges for financial statement preparers.
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FinREC has been seeking public comment on working drafts that provide industry-specific guidance for entities implementing FASB’s new revenue recognition standard.
The board aims to equalize nonfinancial and financial hedging strategies.
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The AICPA Financial Reporting Executive Committee issued 20 working drafts on issues related to implementation of the new revenue recognition standard.
Informal comments will be accepted by email.