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FASB Review - Advanced FASB Review: Tackling the Tougher GAAP Issues

Author/Moderator: Bruce Branson, Ph.D. and Jon Bartley, Ph.D., CPA
Publisher: AICPA
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Previously Titled: Advanced FASB Review and Update: Tackling the Tougher GAAP Issues

This course is the perfect complement to the AICPA's intermediate-level companion course titled: FASB Review and Update: Common GAAP Issues Impacting All CPAs. Written by the same author, this advanced course tackles some of the thornier accounting and disclosure areas, such as derivatives, fair value, and business combinations. This is a must-take course for CPAs who need a review of the more complex accounting areas they typically don't handle on a regular basis.

Topics Discussed:

  • Recent FASB Pronouncements and Exposure Drafts
  • Accounting for Financial Assets and Derivatives
  • Accounting for Investments and Loans
  • Accounting Other Liabilities
  • Share-Based Payments
  • Pension Plans and Related Benefits
  • Post-Retirement and Post-Employment Benefits
  • Fair Value Accounting
  • Business Combinations and Consolidated Financial Statements
  • Intangible Assets Goodwill and Impairment Issues

Learning Objectives:
This course will help you better understand the advanced FASB topics that have the greatest effect on accounting and financial reporting, apply recent FASB pronouncements for non-specialized companies and prepare disclosures.

Prerequisite:  Experience in application of accounting standards

Advanced Preparation:  None

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NASBA Field of Study: Accounting
Level: Advanced
Recommended CPE Credit: 17
FASB Review - Advanced FASB Review: Tackling the Tougher GAAP Issues
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