Technical Accounting 2017-02-21T12:14:56+00:00

Technical Accounting

Technical accounting requires in-depth experience in a variety of complex and ever-changing areas. Keeping current with new accounting standards and proactively evaluating the accounting for unique transactions can be a daunting task for even the most talented of finance teams. Our professionals routinely assist our clients with researching, analyzing, documenting and implementing the accounting for the most complicated transactions allowing companies to avoid audit adjustments while mitigating disruptions in financial reporting. We have an outstanding track record of success in many complex areas, including the following:

  • Discontinued Operations (ASC 205-20)
  • Statements of Cash Flows (ASC 230)
  • Changes and Error Corrections (ASC 250)
  • Earnings Per Share (ASC 260)
  • Segment Reporting (ASC 280)
  • Equity Method and Joint Ventures (ASC 323)
  • Cost Method Investments (ASC 325)
  • Impairments of Intangible Assets (ASC 350)
  • Impairment of Long-lived Assets (ASC 360)
  • Exit & Disposal Costs (ASC 420)
  • Debt & Equity Instruments (ASC 470 and 480)
  • Revenue Recognition (ASC 605 and 606)
  • Restructuring (ASC 712 and 715)
  • Stock-based Compensation (ASC 718)
  • Business Combinations (ASC 805)
  • Consolidations (ASC 810)
  • Derivatives and Hedging (ASC 815)
  • Foreign Currency Matters (ASC 830)
  • Lease Accounting (ASC 840 and 842)
  • Reorganizations (ASC 852)
  • Subsequent Events (ASC 855)
  • SEC Reporting (Reg. S-X and S-K)

Insights & Impact Stories

ASC 606: Five Challenging Issues

ASC 606: Five Challenging Issues: As we’re rounding 3rd base on the implementation of ASC 606, Revenue from Contracts with Customers, there are a number common themes that we are seeing. While no

Convertible Debt

Convertible Debt: 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

New Revenue Standard

New Revenue Standard: The new revenue standard, released May 28, 2014, eliminates industry specific guidance and creates a new single revenue recognition model for most companies reporting under US GAAP. Companies following industry-specific

Technical Accounting

A $150 million public SAAS company needed assistance evaluating the impact of the new revenue standard.