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Adopting ASC 842: The New Lease Standard for Private Companies and Nonprofits


Total Credits: 2 including 1 Accounting - Technical, 1 Auditing- Technical

Average Rating:
   4.1
Category:
Accounting and Auditing |  ACPEN Industry Institute
Faculty:
Paul H. Calabrese |  Jess Young
Course Levels:
Update
Duration:
2 Hours
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Description

After December 15, 2019, all private companies and nonprofits who issue financial statements will be required to adopt ASC 842, the new lease accounting standard for US GAAP and IASB 16.  The most significant change is that almost all of the leases, including operating leases, have to be capitalized as "finance" leases and placed on the balance sheet.

Basic Course Information

Learning Objectives
  • To provide attendees with a better understanding of the new lease accounting standards requirements
  • Understand the classification of leases under the new standard
  • Learn how the pros and cons of practical expedient elections
  • To compare similarities and differences between ASC 842 and IASB 16

Major Subjects
  • The identification of contractual and embedded leases
  • The classification of leases as "finance" or "operating" under the new standard
  • Understand components that pertain to leases, and the items that are not lease components
  • We will discuss the Right of Use (ROU) and liabilities; lease term, measurements and re-measurements
  • It is important to understand what pertains to the FASB vs. international standards of IASB with respect to leases
  • Provide knowledge on the use of practical expedient elections, what is helpful or not helpful
  • Most importantly, we will explain how to both adopt and implement the new lease standard

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Faculty

Paul H. Calabrese's Profile

Paul H. Calabrese Related seminars and products: 6

Principal, Outsourced Accounting & Advisory Services

Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman


Mr. Calabrese has hands-on experience with the Uniform Guidance for Federal grants recipients: nonprofits, universities, hospitals, and state/local/tribal units of governments. His skill-set involves: grant cost accounting, sub-recipient monitoring, preparation of over (100) indirect rates / NICRA for several Federal agencies, developed policies and procedures, medical management systems invoicing to state Medicaid agencies and toolkit for unit cost rates for Ryan White HIV AIDS HRSA awards. Paul has developed grant and financial statement dashboards. He has performed out-sourced CFO duties, annual budgets, cash flow projections, grant draws and budget monitoring.

 


Jess Young's Profile

Jess Young Related seminars and products:

Young Asset Services, LLC


Do you need help meeting the new Lease Accounting compliance requirements? The recurring challenge facing my clients is difficulty understanding their lease environment, determining Right of Use asset values, and selecting the appropriate software system to meet their needs. In 2016, I recognized and anticipated these implementation challenges and compliance risks that organizations would experience with ASC 842 Lease Accounting adoption. To provide a comprehensive solution, I have served as National Technical Advisor for Vaco LLC, obtained certification and reseller agreements for multiple lease accounting systems including Lease Accelerator, Lease Query, Lease Crunch, and Tango, and served as project manager on multiple client engagements. 
For a growing list of mid-size clients, I have developed a risk mitigation and SOX compliant proprietary business model that is driven by a two day on-site client assessment program. With this tailored approach, clients are provided a documented picture of their needs. As a result, they are better able to understand how the standard relates to their lease portfolio and choose the appropriate software system to capture over 100 lease data points. To meet the growing demand of lease extraction efforts, I have a team of certified lease extraction experts and CPAs ready to provide concrete interpretation and recording of key data points and decision criteria.
Throughout my career, I have been responsible for designing complex business models as well as coordinating complex business transactions, SEC external reporting requirements, SAP and ERP integrations, and external audit examinations. Based on my ability to approach lease accounting adoption from a client perspective, I look forward to visiting and discussing solutions for lease accounting adoption.


Additional Info

Basic Course Information

Prerequisites None
Advanced Preparation None
Designed For Adopting ASC 842: The New Lease Standard for Private Companies and Nonprofits
Original Recording Date 03/19/2019
Yellow Book No
Course Developer Paul Calabrese and Steven Shamlian
Date Added to Catalog 02/13/2019

Additional Information

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