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Revenue recognition resource guide for insurance services

March 1, 2018 White Paper 5 minute read
John Fritz
Revenue recognition for insurance companies and the insurance industry is poised to change. It's going to take sound planning to prepare, so use our revenue recognition guide for insurance services to help.
Image of receptionist holding patient insurance card in front of her computer screen.Since the new revenue recognition guidance excluded insurance contracts, and the effective date stretches to 2019 for private companies, some insurance companies may not have allocated substantial resources to the evaluation of the new standard. However, many insurance companies, including affiliates within a consolidated group, may have additional revenue streams that are included in the scope of the new standard that must be evaluated.

The new standard is a framework to apply to each contract or portfolio of similar contracts and, therefore, each separate revenue stream will need to be assessed independently.

What's inside:

Our revenue recognition resource guide for insurance services identifies key topics impacting insurance companies and affiliates, including issues related to:

  • Claims processing and administration
  • Commission agreements
  • Policy fees or other charges
  • Managed care contracts
  • Extended service warranty contracts
  • Contracts with multiple promises
  • Impacts on balance sheet and taxes

Download our Revenue recognition resource guide for insurance services to help your organization implement the new standard.

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