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Revenue Recognition – Part 2: Case Studies of Steps 1 & 2

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Event:
Revenue Recognition – Part 2: Case Studies of Steps 1 & 2
Date:
May 18, 2017
Venue:
Live Webinar
Address:
1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET

Overview

It’s been a decade in the making, but in 2014 the Financial Accounting Standards Board (“FASB”) released Accounting Standards Update (“ASU”) 2014-09, Revenue from Contracts with Customers creating a new codification topic, Topic 606, ushering in a new era of revenue recognition. This is our second in a five part series of Revenue Recognition (ASC 606) webinars. The first was a basic overview of the standard. This webinar will take a deep dive into steps 1 (identifying the contract) and 2 (identifying performance obligations) of the new revenue standard. We will use case studies to demonstrate how to effectively perform these steps.

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:

  • Determine when a contract exists and when it does not
  • Account for contract modifications
  • Identify performance obligations
  • Describe principal vs. agent transactions

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Speakers

Roy Amler, CPA | Partner | Cherry Bekaert LLP
A Partner in Cherry Bekaert’s Accounting & Auditing Group, Roy uses his 25+ years of experience to assist with technical issues and quality control of the Firm’s assurance services practice. With his practice based in Charlotte, Roy has vast experience with commercial enterprises ranging from small, privately held businesses to large, publicly held, multinational corporations. Roy has served a broad range of clients in a variety of industries, including distribution, real estate and manufacturing, technology and health and life sciences, and has assisted numerous clients with mergers and acquisitions. He also has significant experience in SEC registration and reporting, including initial public offerings, and has assisted clients with registration statements involving debt and equity securities. Prior to joining the Firm, Roy was the director of assurance for the Charlotte office of BDO Seidman, L.L.P. (now BDO USA, LLP), where he provided the primary quality control and technical expertise for assurance matters. Roy has also worked as a senior manager with Hunter & Hunter P.A. (now Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP), as an audit manager with Deloitte & Touche and as the corporate controller for a holding company in Richmond Hill, Georgia.

Michael Hoose, CPA | Senior Manager, Audit Professional Practices | Cherry Bekaert LLP
As a licensed Certified Public Accountant, Michael has many years of experience serving a variety of industries. He serves as a technical resource for the Firm’s A&A Professional Practices group and is actively involved in the Firm’s development of A&A technical papers and internal training. Michael works predominately on SEC filers in the technology and life sciences industry, but has served in variety of other industries. He received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Masters of Science in Accounting from East Carolina University and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (NCACPA).

CPE Accreditation

Prerequisites | Basic Understanding of ASC 606
Advanced Preparation | None
Hours of CPE | 1 Hour*
Delivery Method | Webinar
Program Level | Intermediate
CPE Category | Accounting

1 Hour of CPE* at no charge!

Registration

There is no fee for this webinar! Register now! Registration deadline is Wednesday, May 17, 2017.

Who Should Attend

This program is designed for individuals involved in financial reporting, as well as those with governance roles.​

For More Information

Please contact Chrissie Seredni at cseredni@cbh.com with questions regarding registration.

Please contact Amanda Keefer at akeefer@cbh.com with any other questions.

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Revenue Recognition – Part 2: Case Studies of Steps 1 & 2