Revenue Recognition: Part 4
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 with disclosure requirements and provide real world examples.
Participants will be able to:
- Describe when to recognize revenue at a point in time verses revenue over time
- List the appropriate measure toward completion
- Apply disclosure requirements
- Melisa Galasso, CPA | Director, Audit Professional Practices | Cherry Bekaert LLP
A Certified Public Accountant with nearly 15 years of experience, Melisa Galasso is an Audit Professional Practices Director at Cherry Bekaert LLP. In this role, she assists with technical issues and quality control of the Firm’s assurance services practice. She monitors regulatory bodies including the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB) and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) for changes in auditing and accounting guidance and assists the Firm in implementing the updated guidance.
- 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).
Prerequisites | Prior Experience with Topic 606
Advanced Preparation | None
Hours of CPE | 1 Hour*
Delivery Method | Webinar
Program Level | Intermediate
CPE Category | Accounting
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