GASB ED: Omnibus 20XX

GASB ED: Omnibus 20XX

GASB has issued a proposed Omnibus Exposure Draft. The ED addresses implementation issues for leases, PPP and SBITA as well as targeted accounting guidance. It also addresses the delay in reference rate reform and LIBOR discontinuance. The Omnibus addresses a variety of topics that are not large enough to address in a standalone standard but that improve financial reporting. Comments are due September 17, 2021.

FASB’s Agenda Consultation

FASB’s Agenda Consultation

Have you ever wanted to influence the topics that FASB covers in its standard setting? Well, now here’s your chance. Today, Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued its Invitation to Comment (ITC) that asks individuals to provide feedback on its future standard-setting agenda. The ITC offers examples of topics provided by various stakeholders during the consultation process but provides opportunity to give additional thoughts to what FASB should focus their time on. Comments are due September 22, 2021.

Q2 in Review

Q2 in Review

It’s time to wrap up the second quarter of 2021. The quarter was pretty slow for issuances of final standards. In this blog, we’ll give an executive overview of the standards issued in the second quarter by FASB, GASB and the AICPA. This will keep you up to date with the changes in financial reporting and auditing.

FASB ED: Discount Rate for Nonpublic Lessees

FASB ED: Discount Rate for Nonpublic Lessees

The FASB has issued an exposure draft regarding the use of the discount rate alternative offered to nonpublic entities. After receiving feedback that the risk free rate was not as widely adopted due to relatively low interest rates, the FASB is now proposing permitting the use by class of assets as opposed to the current requirement at the entity level. Comments are due July 16, 2021.

GASB ED – Accounting Changes and Error Corrections

GASB ED – Accounting Changes and Error Corrections

The GASB has issued an exposure draft, Accounting Changes and Error Corrections an amendment of GASB Statement No. 62, to update an area of accounting that hasn’t seen much change. The original guidance came from FASB standards that date back to the 1970s. The GASB reviews the guidance through the lens of a governmental entity and provides definitions as well as accounting guidance on accounting changes and error corrections. Comments are due August 31, 2021.

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