On-Demand Recordings

Revenue Recognition: Part 5

The fifth webinar in our five part series, this webinar will focus on industry specific changes caused by ASC Topic 606. While all industries will be impacted in some way by ASC 606 some industries will be impacted more significantly than others which will be the focus of this webinar. Some of the industries more significantly impacted and which will be discussed are: broker dealers, engineering & construction, healthcare, as well as software and SaaS. While the examples given will be specific to these industries, many of the concepts will apply to other industries and could have a significant impact. Read More.

Watch Now

IRS Today: New Approaches to Same Goals

The IRS has a tremendous task to serve the interests of America’s taxpayers and the interests of the Federal Government. Over the last several years, the constraints of budgets and resources has made this task more difficult. We will review the impact this has on taxpayer services, how Appeals and other IRS divisions are responding, and identify efficiency tools the IRS is using to help taxpayers resolve issues.

Watch Now

Tax Reform & Year-End Planning Opportunities for Businesses

This webinar is designed to provide tax professionals with the latest updates on tax reform. Participants will be able to identify year-end planning opportunities based on possible tax reform avenues, understand the impact of tax reform on corporate and pass-through entities, and identify opportunities to defer income and accelerate deductions.

Watch Now

An Overview of Hedging Changes (ASU 2017-12)

Hedge accounting is considered by many to be one of the most difficult areas in accounting. So much so that the FASB issued ASU 2017-12, Targeted Improvements to Accounting for Hedging Activities, in August 2017 aimed at simplifying the accounting. Although ASU 2017-12 isn’t effective until 2019 for public entities and 2020 for all other entities, early adoption is permitted and expected by many. This webinar provides an overview of hedge accounting including common examples of different types of hedges and the accounting consequences and we highlight where ASU 2017-12 is expected to change practice.

Watch Now

Revenue Recognition: Part 4 — Case Studies for Step 5

The fourth in a five-part series, this webinar will focus on Step 5, other measurement and recognition topics, and the disclosure requirements of ASC Topic 606. Step 5 requires that an entity recognize revenue when it satisfies a performance obligation (determined in Step 2) by transferring control to the customer. We will learn when to recognize revenue at a point in time versus over time as well as appropriate methods for measuring progress towards completion and discuss some of the implementation issues. In addition, we will briefly discuss implementation issues surrounding warranties, contract losses and contract costs. We will conclude. Read More.

Watch Now

Exit Planning Executive Briefing Part 1: What is Exit Planning?

Did you know that of 79% of business owners in the U.S. want to plan their exit in the next 10 years? However, only 15% of those owners have consulted an exit planning advisor about their intentions. This webinar will discuss the goals of an exit plan to ensure that the business owner receives the maximum value of their life’s work, while minimizing the potential tax burden and keeping the business owner in control of the entire process.

Watch Now

Accounting Methods Update

Catch up on significant changes in automatic accounting methods, impacts caused by new revenue recognition standards (plus which industries will be hit hardest), and info about the IRS’s new electronic payment of user fees. Ron Wainwright, CPA, Partner and National Leader of Federal Credits & Accounting Methods, gives you a quick breakdown of many key accounting methods changes – so you can get the critical information you need and move on, better informed and in the know.

Watch Now

View Guidance

Please fill out the form below in order to view.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.