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Implementing the New Revenue Standard

Exam Questions: 40
Course Level: Basic
Pages: 258 | Content: 254, Supplemental: 4
NASBA Area of Study: Accounting
Not Acceptable for: Enrolled Agents
Version: 7750B

The objective of this course is to address the new revenue standard in ASC 606, Revenue from Contracts with Customers, and its related updates, and provide guidance to nonpublic (private) entities who are required to implement the standard starting in 2019 or 2020.

Topics include an overview of the new standard and its core principle, an analysis of each of the five steps required in the revenue model, selected issues encompassing principal versus agent considerations, dealing with warranties, bill-and-hold arrangements, and consignment transactions. The course also addresses how to account for contract costs, financial statement presentation of revenue-related accounts, disclosures, and transition methods and guidance. PLEASE NOTE: Not accepted for Enrolled Agents. All course material provided. No prerequisites. Course level: Basic.

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Table of Contents
  • Implementing the New Revenue Standard
  • Objective
  • Background
  • Scope of Revenue Standard
  • Definitions Used in ASC 606
  • Core Principal
  • Five Steps to the ASC 606 Revenue Model
  • Step 1: Identify the Contract(s) with a Customer
  • Step 2: Identify the Performance Obligations in the Contract
  • Step 3: Determine the Transaction Price
  • Step 4: Allocate the Transaction Price to the Performance Obligations in the Contract
  • Step 5: Recognize Revenue - Entity Satisfies a Performance Obligation
  • General Rules in Applying Step 5
  • Control Transfers Over Time - Step 5
  • Control Transfers at a Point in Time - Step 5
  • Special Right-to-Invoice Practical Expedient- Step 5
  • Onerous Contract Rules
  • Selected Issues in Applying the Five Steps of the Revenue Model
  • Sale with a Right of Return
  • Sale with a Refund Liability
  • Principal versus Agent Considerations
  • Non-Refundable Upfront Fees Received
  • Warranties
  • Bill-and-Hold Arrangements
  • Consignment Arrangements
  • Licensing
  • Presentation of Sales Taxes and Other Similar Taxes Collected from Customers
  • Shipping and Handling Activities - Step 2 Identifying Performance Obligations
  • Breakage in Prepaid Gift Cards
  • Contract Costs
  • Presentation - General Rules in ASC 606
  • Disclosures
  • Transition and Effective Date
  • Applicable Financial Statement (AFS) and Impact of Tax Act on ASC 606
Objectives
  • To identify an example of premature recognition of revenue
  • To identify one of the five steps to apply the new revenue standard
  • To recall a condition that must be met to identify a separate performance obligation
  • To identify methods authorized to estimate variable consideration in a contract
  • To recognize information that can be used to allocate the transaction price to performance obligations
  • To identify two methods that are used to record revenue in Step 5 of the revenue standard
  • To recognize how to account for the transfer of a product with a right to return
  • To recognize the requirement that must be met for a company to be considered a principal in a revenue transaction
  • To recall the general rule that determines whether an entity should record revenue gross or net
  • To identify different types of warranties accounted for under the revenue standard
  • To identify different types of intellectual property subject to the licensing rules in the revenue standard
  • To recognize an example of a prepaid stored-value product
  • To recall how an entity should account for breakage related to prepaid stored-value products
  • To recall how certain contract costs are accounted for under the revenue standard
  • To recognize certain disclosures required by the revenue standard for nonpublic entities
  • To recall an applicable financial statement (AFS)

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