Why Companies Should Consider Key Disclosures Now

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March 28, 2018 10:00 AM PT
1 hour

Financial reporting and disclosures are often the last things a company considers when preparing for annual reporting.

However, financial reporting and disclosures may be the place for companies to start with the impending adoption deadline for the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s new revenue recognition standard: Accounting Standard Codification® (ASC) 606.

In this webcast, we outline the expanded disclosure requirements for revenue recognition, the impacts to financial presentation and reporting, and steps companies may need to take to improve current accounting systems and properly capture information needed under the new standard.



Chris Gewain, Partner, Moss Adams

Chris has practiced public accounting since 2003. He manages audits for construction and employee benefit plan clients. Chris provides business consulting and accounting services to financial management personnel and owners of construction businesses, including internal control and financial reporting system matters; billing practices and cash flow improvements; business owner succession planning; and tax planning and other compliance issues. He has presented on various topics related to the construction industry and employee benefit plans, and has written numerous articles for construction organizations.

Alison Sellers, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Alison has been providing audit and accounting services since 2001. She specializes in audits of real estate developers, property managers, and real estate investment firms as well as privately held construction clients. Her specific areas of technical focus include transactions involving leases, the sale and development of real estate, consolidations, and variable interest entities. Alison has been a recurring speaker at the AICPA National Real Estate conference since 2011, and is currently a member of the conference planning committee.

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