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    Revenue Recognition lock ASU 2014-17 (FASB ASC 805): Pushdown Accounting
    This ASU provides guidance on whether and at what threshold an acquired entity that is a business or not-for-profit entity can apply pushdown accounting in its separate financial statements.
    Two Projects Added to FASB Agenda lock FASB Eliminates the Concept of Extraordinary Items: Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2015-01
    This alert informs readers about the amendments in FASB ASU 2015-01, which eliminate the concept of extraordinary items.
    CPEA A&A webinar Access the archived version of the December 3, 2014 CPEA webinar
    This webinar presents a roundup of 2014 accounting, auditing, attest, compilation, and review standards and developments.


    Robert Durak, Director of the Center for Plain English Accounting, shares the many benefits of joining the CPEA family. CPEA members gain access to valuable resources developed by experts in the A&A field.

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