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Topic 606: How Revenue Recognition will Impact Government Contractors

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Event:
Topic 606: How Revenue Recognition will Impact Government Contractors
Date:
December 13, 2017
Venue:
Live Webinar
Address:
3:00 – 4:00 p.m. ET

Key Topics

As you have all heard, the revenue recognition guidance is changing and the implementation of this guidance is quickly approaching. This course is designed to help ensure that you better understand the new guidance so that your company is adequately prepared and develops the appropriate revenue recognition policies to properly implement the new standard. We will go through examples specific to revenue recognition on government contracts.

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Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:

  • Define the five-step process involved with revenue recognition per the FASB ASU
  • Describe the related implications for government contractors

Who Should Attend

This program is created for those involved in financial reporting for government contractors as well as those charged with governance.

CPE Accreditation

Prerequisites | Basic Knowledge of Revenue Recognition
Advanced Preparation
| None
Recommended Hours of CPE
| 1 Hour*
Delivery Method
| Webinar
Program Level
| Intermediate
CPE Category
| Accounting

Speakers

Brynn McNeil, CPA | Partner, Assurance Services | Cherry Bekaert LLP

1 Hour of CPE* at no charge!

Registration

There is no fee for this webinar! Register now! Registration deadline is Tuesday, December 12, 2017.

For More Information

Please contact Chrissie Seredni at cseredni@cbh.com for questions concerning registration.

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

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Topic 606: How Revenue Recognition will Impact Government Contractors