The objective of this course is to address the accounting and financial reporting for the current post-COVID economic climate including the effects of inflation, supply-chains, rising interest rates, and other events on company financial statements for 2022 and 2023.
Topics include: Disclosures of risks and uncertainties related to supply-chain concentrations; going-concern reporting and disclosure issues; impairment issues related to goodwill and real estate; accounting for variable consideration revenue and onerous contracts; dealing with inventory costs and stock market investment losses; collectibility of trade receivables; exit and termination benefit obligations; contingencies; use of LIFO; and accounting and audit engagement matters. The course also discusses the accounting for selected tax changes affecting 2022 and 2023 financial statements. PLEASE NOTE: This course qualifies for 2 Accounting hours and 2 Auditing hours. Not accepted for Enrolled Agents. All course material provided. No prerequisites. Course level: Basic.
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