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After the Shutdown – Now What?

Although Congress came to the rescue of contractors who continued to work during a previous government shutdown, you should not count on it happening this time. It is better to know your rights and obligations in case you need to seek redress under the terms of your contracts. The speakers discussed the specific rights of contractors and what options they may have while the government seeks to return to normal operations and potentially push the brunt of any impacts from the shutdown to contractors.

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Leases (Topic 842): Implementation Issues

The required implementation date for the new lease standard (ASC 842) will be here before you know it. During this course we reviewed the basic tenants of ASC 842. Then we shifted gears to more practical considerations entities must consider when implementing ASC 842 including critical judgments and practical expedients.

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An Executive Overview of ASUs Issued in 2018

FASB accomplished quite a bit in 2018. There are quite a few ASUs that were issued in 2018 that we should be aware of in order to implement them effectively and efficiently. This course reviewed each ASU issued in 2018 at a high level so that you can identify which ASUs will have an impact on your entity.

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DCAA and Other Agency “Hot Buttons”

Many contractors deal only with DCAA on audit matters. For several years, we have presented a webinar on the latest developments concerning DCAA. 2018 has been a slow year for DCAA with few new matters arising. However, a substantial number of contractors do business with other agencies who conduct contract audits. Further, many contractors also receive grants or cooperative agreements from various agencies that have audit requirements in them. In this webinar, the speakers addressed issues with audits by other agencies and audits of grants and cooperative agreements.

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ASU Effective for Calendar 2018 and Beyond

The A&A crew provided their annual update on the ASUs that have been issued and will be effective for December 2018 year-end and beyond. This executive summary reminded attendees of the ASUs that need to be evaluated to determine the impact on their entities as they prepare to close the books.

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Year-End Update on IRS Audits, Controversy, Penalties and Collections

The Cherry Bekaert Federal Tax Controversy team highlighted IRS activity over the last six months. Several topic included: more audit campaigns have been announced by the Large Business and International (LB&I) Division; new penalties from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) take effect in 2018; IRS collections division is finally starting to use its power to restrict passports of taxpayers; and a new commissioner is installed.

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Privacy & Security: How Does GDPR Change Things?

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