Commercial real estate never sleeps, but CRE professionals do. That’s why it’s important to make sure you review the most relevant news articles on the web to identify changes and/or ideas for improving your processes and portfolio.
Here is the latest in our series of FASB-related articles, what each means for the CRE industry and how the right commercial real estate software can help you address them.
The U.S. accounting standard-setter will consider writing clear rules related to companies’ renewable-energy credits and carbon offsets, as this Wall Street Journal article reports.
The new lease standard (FASB ASC Topic 842) is finally effective in 2022 for most private companies. Although all industries will likely be affected by the new lease standard, there are some special considerations for manufacturers and distributors.
Lease accounting is like a tale of two cities, with Companies that have adopted ASC 842 in one and those that have not yet adopted the standard in the other. That means some may be more focused on ongoing activity at the FASB and the impacts of COVID-19, while others are still grappling with implementation challenges.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) staff will present the findings of a digital assets research project next week, marking the first time the board will discuss the results of the exploration.
The introduction of lease accounting standards has forever altered how public, private and government entities manage, track and report on their leases.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented challenges in all aspects of daily life. In June 2020, FASB issued Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2020-05, which provided nonpublic entities and not-for-profits (NFP) additional time to implement Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) 842, Leases.
The U.S. accounting rule maker could issue a standard that would require companies to share more information about significant costs.
ASC 842, the new lease accounting standard, is one of the most significant changes to financial accounting standards in recent memory, with pervasive accounting effects that will substantially alter balance sheets for virtually all businesses.
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