The objective of this course is to discuss the general rules and applications used in the preparation of and reporting on tax-basis financial statements and other bases of accounting found within the special purpose frameworks (also referred to as other comprehensive bases of accounting). Updated for changes made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, topics include an overview of the types of bases within the special purpose frameworks, advantages and disadvantages of using tax-basis financial statements, tax-basis accrual versus cash-basis, reviewing the key differences between GAAP and tax-basis revenue and expenses and other differences, tax-basis disclosures, reporting options for tax-basis financial statements, unusual reporting and presentation issues related to tax-basis financial statements, an overview of other types of special purpose frameworks, including pure cash basis, modified cash basis, regulatory basis, contractual basis, and the other basis of accounting, and more. PLEASE NOTE: Not accepted for Enrolled Agents. All course material provided. No prerequisites. Course level: Basic.
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