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David Grubb David Kristick
January 17, 2018 Whitepaper 4 minute read
The implementation date for the new revenue recognition standard is fast-approaching. Use our revenue recognition guide for manufacturers and distributors to help you prepare.

Image of a man sitting on a box in a warehouse, reading from a book.The implementation date for the new revenue recognition standard — 2018 for public business entities and 2019 for all other organizations — is fast-approaching. The amount of work involved to switch to the new manufacturing revenue recognition framework can take years, depending on your business, so planning is critical.

The new standard is a framework that applies to all contracts with customers. With so much variation in manufacturing and distribution contracts, each contract will need to be analyzed individually or by portfolio of similar contracts.

What's inside

We've compiled a list of key manufacturing revenue recognition considerations for manufacturers and distributors, including:

  • Combining contracts and contract modifications.
  • Separate performance obligations.
  • Variable pricing.
  • Customer supplied material.
  • Point in time vs. over time revenue recognition.
  • Tax and balance sheet impacts.

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