AICPA Revenue Recognition Task Forces are charged with developing revenue recognition implementation issues that will provide helpful hints and illustrative examples for how to apply the new Revenue Recognition Standard.
Task Force Members:
- Stuart Miller, Crowe (Chair)
- Elaine Allen, Ernst & Young LLP
- Cathy Clarke, Clifton Larson Allen
- John Griffin, AARP
- Jennifer Hoffman, Grant Thorton
- Neena Masih, BDO LLP
- John Mattie, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
- Sue Menditto, NACUBO
- Mig Murphy Sistrom, Mig Murphy Sistrom CPA
- Amanda Nelson, KPMG LLP
- Susan Stewart, McGladrey LLP
Staff Contact: Chris Cole, email@example.com
IDENTIFIED REVENUE RECOGNITION IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES
Below is a list of potential revenue recognition implementation issues identified by the Not-for-Profit Entities Revenue Recognition Task Force. The list will be updated as the task force continues its discussions. Full revenue recognition implementation issues will be posted below for informal comments after review by the AICPA Financial Reporting Executive Committee (FinREC).
||Description of Implementation Issue
||Tuition and Housing Revenue
Tuition and housing revenue for not for profit higher education institutions. This implementation issue will discuss considerations needed to determine the transaction price and when to recognize revenue for tuition and housing.
|Submitted to FinREC
A technical clarification was submitted to FASB
Staff, recommending that the FASB clarify the application of FASB ASC
606 by adding language in FASB ASC 606-10-15 that specifically excludes
contributions from the scope of FASB ASC 606. TRG agenda reference #34:
March 2015 Meeting – Summary of Issues Discussed and Next Steps
Paragraph 40: TRG members discussed whether contributions are in the
scope of the new revenue recognition standard. TRG members agreed with
the staff view that contributions are not in the scope of the new
standard and that the standard includes adequate guidance to come to
|Submitted to FASB TRG
||Subscriptions and Membership Dues
||Bifurcation of Transactions Between Contribution and Exchange Components
This implementation issue will address the fact that amendments from ASU 2014-09 do not affect the method for a not-for-profit entity to bifurcate transactions received that are in part a contribution and in part an exchange transaction. Examples of transactions that may be in part a contribution and in part an exchange transaction include membership dues, bargain purchases, certain grants, naming opportunities, and donor status transactions.
|Submitted to FinREC
Draft Revenue Recognition Implementation Issues included for informal comment, when available, will be listed below.
Respondents should submit any comments including the implementation issue number to firstname.lastname@example.org by the dates noted below:
The Not-for-Profit Entities Revenue Recognition Task Force and the Not-for-Profit Entities Expert Panel recommend the following AICPA products for current revenue recognition issues: