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Even with the effective date of Topic 606, it continues to be a very dynamic time in the world of accounting and financial reporting, with many significant new accounting standards becoming effective around the same time. Designed for practitioners and their staff, whether in public accounting or business and industry, this course provides a comprehensive review and update of the FASB’s Big 3 accounting and reporting areas: leases, financial instruments, and sustaining the efforts related to revenue recognition.
We will focus on recently issued Accounting Standards Updates, covering these critical areas of your practice or organization. We will provide deep-dive implementation guidance related to leases and financial instruments, including hedge and derivative accounting and impairment, as well as review best practices, lingering implementation issues, and ways to sustain the recording of revenue under Topic 606. The course will use examples and illustrations to provide a hands-on approach that will help you better assess and implement the new standards and guidance applicable to your clients or organization.
- Review the FASB’s new lease accounting guidance
- Be familiar with the FASB’s new guidance covering the new ASUs dealing with recognition and measurement, impairment, and hedging
- Identify best practices and areas for improvement related to revenue recognition
- A comprehensive review of the lease accounting guidance
- Lessee vs. lessor accounting
- The FASB’s issued ASUs relating to financial instruments impairment and hedging
- Application of Topic 326 to accounts receivable balances
- Lessons learned and best practices related to revenue recognition
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Joann Noe Cross is a Professor of Accounting at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and co-chair of the Accounting Department. Her research interests are in accounting history and the uses of financial information.
Joann is a member of numerous professional and academic organizations. She is also active in her community recently serving as Treasurer of the local United Way, on the CORE Team for the local chapter of Women Who Care and on the Board of several small charities. In addition, Dr. Cross presents numerous accounting and auditing seminars around the country, speaks at various conferences throughout the year, and maintains an active consulting practice.
In May 2014, she was presented with the Wisconsin Institute of CPAs Award of Excellence for a Distinguished Career in Accounting.
Joann received her B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her Ph.D. in Accountancy from the University of Illinois-Urbana.