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Revenue recognition roadmap

With the new revenue recognition standard scheduled to go into effect in 2018 for public companies and 2019 for private companies, it’s imperative to begin planning if you haven’t already. The new guidance provides a principles-based, five-step process for recognizing revenue that’s in sharp contrast to the current rules-based, industry-focused standards that have been in use for decades.
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Will policy changes affect revenue recognition implementation?
Revenue recognition will happen as planned in 2018 for public companies and 2019 for private companies.
David Grubb
Article March 06, 2017 1 min read
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Revenue recognition: The longer you wait, the less you know
Are you wondering how your company will be affected by the new revenue recognition standards? Join our webinar now to learn more about the new standards and what changes you can expect in your day-to-day operations
Scott Purtill
Webinar November 10, 2016 1 hour and 16 min watch
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Revenue recognition: Significant changes will impact your tax return
FASB’s new revenue recognition standard will change the way book income is calculated. Because changes in the book income calculation could have a ripple effect on taxable income, tax considerations should be included throughout the implementation process.
Article October 27, 2016 3 min read
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With the new revenue recognition standard, it pays to be proactive
Will implementing the new standard require significant time and strategic thinking? Yes. But in the in the process, you could uncover solutions for improving your business model.
Shelly Gower
Article October 25, 2016 2 min read

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