LeaseCrunch Accounting Software

Your Precision Tool for Lease Accounting Compliance

Update: FASB Delays of Effective Dates for Lease Accounting/Credit Loss Accounting Changes

Variables. Calculations. Reports. Disclosures. Preparing for the new lease accounting standards can be so time-consuming. And with the deadline for implementation approaching, you can’t put it off any longer.

Many accounting departments develop or modify processes to make it easier to collect, analyze, and present the necessary data. They often rely on spreadsheets to do the heavy lifting. While that approach does work, it’s still labor-intensive. What’s more, it can make errors hard to recognize or track down.

Luckily, there’s an easier, faster solution: Barnes Dennig’s LeaseCrunch software.

Simple and scalable

Our cloud-based software quickly and accurately compiles, produces, and delivers the data you need for compliance with the new lease accounting standards. LeaseCrunch is designed to:

  • Save time and money in the adoption process
  • Meet the needs of companies with any number of leases
  • Eliminate common compliance headaches, including:
    • Decentralized lease data
    • Unidentified embedded leases
    • Separated lease and non-lease components
    • Incorrect or incomplete assumptions and variables
    • Inconsistent record-keeping
    • Problems with technology configuration

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“I am highly satisfied with Barnes Dennig.  They are professional and do a great job. Our audit process is always smooth and I don't worry about my taxes being filed on time and appropriately because I know they are on top of our needs.”

– Barnes Dennig Client, 2021

“Barnes Dennig meets or exceeds our expectations in preparing financial statements and offering good advice for year-end tax strategies.”

– Barnes Dennig Client, 2021

"The audit team has always gone above and beyond."

– Kristyn H., Senior Accountant

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