Last month the FASB issued their investor outreach report which outlines the outreach performed by the FASB to get feedback from investors as part of their due process. This weeks blog takes a look at some of the statistics presented in the report.
OMB has updated regulations with respect to the domestic preferences provisions in the Build America, Buy America Act of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The updates come after public comment was sought. The effective date for the revised guidance is October 23, 2023.
In August, the FASB issued Chapter 5 of the Conceptual Framework, Recognition and Derecognition. The chapter addresses the criteria that would be used to determine when an element should be recognized in the financial statements. As concept statements are not authoritative there is no effective date.
The FASB has issued a new Concept Statement around the Reporting Entity. While concept statements are not authoritative GAAP they are the theory that underlies GAAP used by the board to develop ASUs.
The International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) has proposed a Sustainability Disclosure Taxonomy. The proposal addresses a taxonomy for the disclosure requirements in IFRS S1 and IFRS S2 to facilitate digital reporting of sustainability-related financial information. Comments are due September 26, 2023.
Each year like many nonprofits, the FAF issues their annual report and posts it to their website. The FAF provides an excellent overview of the work of both the FASB and GASB boards. 2022 marked the 50th anniversary of the FAF, so this year’s report also includes a great history lesson. If you are interested in learning more about the boards and their mission, this is a great place to start!