Our series takes a look at items that could have a significant impact in the coming year.
We see our audit as more than numbers and compliance. We work with clients to improve their overall financial reporting processes.
On the Horizon:
FASB redeliverates revenue amendments
FASB discusses three proposed ASUs
FASB ratifies EITF issues
FASB proposes changes to long-duration insurance contracts
New Developments Summary:
Proposed hedging amendments
FASB amends NFP financial statement presentation
Comparison of U.S. GAAP and IFRS
Grant Thornton understands how important audited financial statements are to businesses, shareholders/owners, lenders, investors and other stakeholders. We work with some of the country’s most successful private and public companies. Our approach is to first understand the business and the risks it faces, and then to focus our efforts where they matter most. This method is effective and cost-efficient.
We consider it our job to continually inform our clients about accounting, financial and regulatory developments that may affect their business. Learn about some of those developments from the content and events highlighted in the purple box.
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On the Horizon -- FASB clarif...
Effective dates -- accounting...
Looking ahead toward a new st...
FASB votes for one-year delay...
Simplifying accounting method...
Sustainability goals and repo...
FASB's new accounting standard brings most leases on balance sheet for lessees.
Check out announcements, meetings and proposals from standard-setting bodies and industry regulators.
Understand similarities and differences, with emphasis on recognition, measurement and presentation guidelines.
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