Technical Accounting

Allowing Management to Manage

Technical accounting requires in-depth experience in a variety of complex areas. Keeping current with new accounting standards and proactively evaluating the accounting for unique transactions can be daunting for even the most talented finance teams. Our professionals routinely assist our clients with researching, analyzing, documenting and implementing the accounting for the most complicated transactions, allowing management to avoid audit adjustments while focusing on their day-to-day operations.

Services

Our firm can support you with a variety of services for complex transactions and operational efficiency.

  • Discontinued Operations
  • Statements of Cash Flows
  • Changes and Error Corrections
  • Earnings Per Share
  • Segment Reporting
  • Equity Method and Joint Ventures
  • Cost Method Investments
  • Impairments of Intangible Assets
  • Impairment of Long-lived Assets
  • Exit & Disposal Costs
  • Debt & Equity Instruments
  • Revenue Recognition
  • Restructuring
  • Stock-Based Compensation
  • Business Combinations
  • Consolidations
  • Derivatives and Hedging
  • Foreign Currency Matters
  • Lease Accounting
  • Reorganizations
  • Subsequent Events
  • SEC Reporting

Our Specialties

The WilliamsMarston team consists of strong performers with extensive accounting capabilities. We can assist you with the following:

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Additional Resources

Learn more about how our team consistently delivers lasting results on our clients’ most important initiatives.

Technical Accounting

A $150 million public SaaS company needed assistance with implementing the new revenue standard.

ASC 606: Five Challenging Issues

As we’re rounding third base on the implementation of ASC 606, Revenue from Contracts with Customers, there are a number common themes that we are seeing.

Accounting for Convertible Debt: U.S. GAAP

Convertible debt has become an attractive alternative for investors who want to collect interest in the near term but retain the right to convert the debt to equity should the issuer’s share price rise in the future.

Lessons Learned from the First Adopters of the New Lease Accounting Standard

Accounting Standards Codification 842, Leases, became effective for calendar year-end public companies on January 1, 2019.