About the course
FASB ASC 842 covers accounting for leases. The seminar features shorter individual modules (each module lasts less than an hour) with breaks and interactivity.
This seminar will explain the requirements of the new standard, its logic, its implications, and the problem areas that concern the preparers. Participants will gain an understanding the complexities of the new standard as well as how to apply it effectively in their organizations. The seminar goes beyond a mere description of the technical requirements by explaining the underlying concepts and their rationale via practical spreadsheets. The elimination of tedious computations frees up time to discuss practical implementation issues and how the standard affects interpretation of financial statements by users.
- Four ways to account for contractual commitments for assets that are depreciated
- Commitments that stay off the balance sheet: Contracts that are not leases; Short-term leases
- Commitments that are on balance sheet: Operating leases; Finance leases
- Lease payments, discount rate, inception date, commencement date, lease term
- Impairments of right of use asset, modifications reassessments, subleases
- Sale-leaseback accounting, build-to-suit leases, real estate leases
- Policy elections and disclosures
- Lessor accounting
- Interaction with revenue recognition rules
- Elimination of the distinction between real estate leases and other leases
- Elimination of leveraged leases
Dan is the founder of Almaris Consulting and Training. He brings in 25 years of extensive experience in consulting and training in accounting, financial statement analysis, business drivers, modeling. valuation, and credit risk analysis. He has worked with over numerous corporations, investment b...
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