The revenue recognition standard that takes effect in December for public companies could pose challenges for technology businesses, particularly those relying on traditional subscription licenses, and many companies aren’t ready for the impact on their financials.
The revenue recognition standard that takes effect next year could help health care providers and regulators identify instances of Medicare and Medicaid fraud by subjecting their financial statements to new scrutiny, although in some ways the new rules could also spur some forms of fraud.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board released its long-awaited hedge accounting standard this week, but companies may want to be careful about adopting it early, or else they could miss out on some one-time benefits.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has released a staff accounting bulletin to conform its existing staff guidance to the new revenue recognition standard that takes effect for public companies at the end of the year.
The Institute of Management Accountants is partnering with ANEFAC, the National Association of Executives in Finance, Administration and Accounting, to support the international advancement of the management accounting profession in Brazil.
Many software companies, including Microsoft, could see significant changes in their revenue patterns with the rollout of the revenue recognition standard that takes effect at the end of the year, according to a new study.