Credit Where Credit Is Due: Accounting for Credit Losses
2023 Accounting & Auditing Standards Virtual Event
Monday, October 30th, 2023
If your organization has financial assets like accounts receivable or loan receivables, you’re going to be impacted by the Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL) standard, now in effect for most non-public entities.
As with revenue recognition and lease accounting, the CECL means big changes – it’s already altered the landscape for financial institutions. The good news is that it’s not too late to proactively implement the standard and assess its impact.
In this compelling virtual event, nationally recognized assurance thought leaders and Barnes Dennig Directors Tom Groskopf and Matt Rosen unpack the CECL standard and how it applies to non-financial institutions – as well as provide insights for effectively implementing the standard.
They also cover other recently adopted and effective accounting standards and share their perspective on the most challenging issues related to accounting for leases in the years after adoption.
Tom and Matt are leading experts on accounting standards and their impacts, training dozens of other CPA firms across the country and presenting on the topic at leading conferences on the state and national levels.
What they cover:
In this landmark 100-minute event, Tom and Matt cover:
- A summary of the CECL standard for non-financial institutions
- An update on recently issued and effective accounting standards
- Challenges in accounting for leases in the years post-implementation
Special bonus segment: Fractional accounting
This year, we’re excited to include a bonus segment on trends in fractional accounting and how organizations are using the concept to bridge the ever-widening talent gap led by top fractional services leader Jill Prendergast.
All three are dynamic, engaging speakers with a wealth of knowledge to share – and in addition to the valuable information you’ll receive, those attending the live session will be eligible for up to 2 hours of CPE credit.