FASB has issued a proposal to amend the sunset provision in ASU 2020-04 due to the extension of LIBOR into 2024. In addition, it has proposed to expand the definition of SOFR due to market changes. Comments are due June 6.
The first quarter of 2022 has come to an end. It brought with it the publication of four ethics interpretations, two final ASUs, and two proposed SASes. This blog will provide you with what was issued and proposed in Q1 of 2022.
FASB has issued a new Chapter to the Concepts Statements focusing on Presentation. Presentation includes how the elements are presented as totals and subtotals on the face of the financial statements. While Concept Statements are not GAAP, they are the theory used by the board to create GAAP.
FASB has issued an exposure draft which would require additional disclosure about supplier financing arrangements sometimes referred to as reverse factoring. These disclosures would provide users with information about the agreements and the location of the obligation in the financial statements. Comments are due March 21.
The FASB has issued an update to the definition of key elements in the Concept Statements. The definitions of an asset, liability, revenue and expenses have all received an update. This blog will discuss what’s changing and how the concept statements interact with the writing of ASUs.
Happy New Year! Let’s wrap up 2021 with a review of all things accounting and auditing! 2021 saw a flurry of activity from the AICPA, FASB and GASB. We’ll review the final and proposed standards that were issued in 2021. Wishing you all a prosperous 2022!