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    Limited Liability Entities Considering Some Accounting Issues

    Article While much of the accounting authoritative technical literature used in financial reporting by LLCs is the same literature used by other types of reporting entities, there is some literature including requirements uniquely-applicable in financial reporting by LLCs.
    Published on May 28, 2014

    Employee Stock Ownership Plans Unique Accounting and Reporting Issues for Employers

    Article An employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) is a specific way to share ownership with employees and a way to provide tax benefits to the company, those who sell stock to the ESOP, and employees. Employers’ accounting for ESOPs is governed by FASB Accounting Standards Codification (FASB ASC) Topic 718, Compensation—Stock
    Published on July 16, 2014

    NFP Entity Summarized Comparative Information Compilation & Review Reporting Issues

    Article It is not uncommon for not-for-profit [NFP] entities to have financial statements prepared where prior period comparative information is presented in total rather than by net asset class.
    Published on May 28, 2014

    Not-for-Profit Entity Fair Value Measurements Some AICPA Financial Reporting Whitepaper Guidance

    Article For many involved in financial accounting and reporting processes of not-for-profit [NFP] entities, one of the more onerous challenges relates to properly-considering and, where applicable, properly-complying with the fair value measurement and disclosure requirements in FASB ASC 820.
    Published on May 28, 2014

    Not-For-Profit Entities Exchange Transactions vs. Contributions

    Article Often, not-for-profit [NFP] entities generate revenue from exchange transactions and from contributions and, at times, it appears that the line is blurred related to the appropriate accounting for the revenue stream.
    Published on May 28, 2014

    Defined Contribution Plans Some Current Issues

    Article As practitioners are preparing to perform current-year audits of benefit plans, certain issues deserve a heightened degree of awareness.  In some cases those issues are audit-related issues and, in other cases, the issues relate to ensuring that items, events, and transactions are properly-presented and disclosed in financial statements.
    Published on May 28, 2014

    Employee Benefit Plan Audit Update DOL Developments and New Reporting and Disclosure Recommendations

    Article Recently, the Employee Benefits Plan Security Administration has performed an assessment of firm quality based on firm size and provided their findings and suggestions. In addition, the Financial Reporting Executive Committee of the AICPA released an overhaul of the Employee Benefit Plan Accounting and Auditing Guide that includes several financial
    Published on July 16, 2014

    NFP Entities Addressing Some Presentation & Disclosure Issues

    Article Since many not-for-profit [NFP] entities have September 30 fiscal year-ends, in preparing current year financial statements, it might be helpful to focus on some recent presentation and disclosure deficiencies that have been noted in financial statements of NFP entities.
    Published on May 28, 2014

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