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2019 Government Contractor Fall Conference

In government contracting, the stakes are high. Join us for our 2019 Government Contractor Fall Conference on October 17th, where you’ll learn valuable tools and tips to drive success and prepare for the upcoming year. During this CPE-eligible, half-day conference, our Aronson government contracting experts will provide critical analysis and commentary on hot-button issues that […]

Changes Are Coming – New Revenue Recognition Accounting Standard

Mark Robins, a director in Aronson’s Nonprofit & Association Services Group, hosted a webinar on 6/4 titled, “Changes Are Coming – New Revenue Recognition Accounting Standard.” ASU 2014-09 Revenue from Contracts with Customers (Topic 606) will be effective for periods ending after December 15, 2018 for nonpublic entities. Mark covered what you need to know […]

Revenue Recognition Lessons Learned

When it comes to revenue recognition, time is not on your side. The effective date for Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) Topic 606, Revenue From Contracts With Customers, has passed for most organizations. Download our “Revenue Recognition Lessons Learned” to find out more about the common themes of successful ASC 606 adoption. Our team has assisted […]

David Semendinger Advises How “It’s a Wonderful Life” Can Teach About Revenue Recognition

With 2019 around the corner, companies could face unnecessary disruptions if they underestimate the impact of the significant new Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) revenue recognition standard and aren’t ready to tackle implementation as the rules become effective. FASB Topic 606 is effective for nonpublic entities for annual reporting periods beginning after December 31, 2018. […]

Winners Announced & Recap of Aronson’s Fall Conference!

As discussed at Aronson’s 2018 Government Contracting Fall Conference, make sure to have your revenue recognition plan scheduled and appoint a team member to manage the project now, because January 2019 will be here before you know it! There is more work involved that you might think. In addition to your revenue concerns, it is […]

Debunking the Top 5 Misconceptions of Revenue Recognition

Time is running out. The new revenue recognition standard is effective for organizations, regardless of size or industry, on January 1, 2019. Watch our one-minute video that breaks down the most common misconceptions about the new standard. Act fast by watching our quick video and preparing for the deadline before it’s too late. Prefer real-time conversations? We do […]

Revenue Recognition Under ASC 606

The most comprehensive accounting change to impact businesses is here. Are you ready for ASC 606? Download our “Revenue Recognition Under ASC 606” information sheet to find out what the new revenue recognition standard means for you and your organization. For more information on our financial advisory services surrounding revenue recognition, contact David Semendinger and […]

Revenue Recognition Guide

For most entities, revenue is the single largest amount in their financial statements. The new revenue standard, ASC 606, is one of the most groundbreaking changes to US GAAP in recent history. This new standard impacts all industries and will greatly affect your organization. Are you ready for it? In our new eBook, our team answers the […]

Revenue Recognition – An Analysis of Topic 606 for Tech and Life Science Companies

Revenue Recognition – An Analysis of Topic 606 for Tech and Life Science Companies from Aronson LLC on Vimeo. Join Aronson’s technology industry experts Alan Langelli and Norm Snyder for their webinar recording, “Revenue Recognition: An Analysis of Topic 606 for Tech and Life Sciences,” to learn strategies for improving and implementing processes for contract […]

ASC 606 Revenue Recognition Series: Recognizing Revenue when Performance Obligations are Satisfied (Part VI)

The fifth and final step in ASC 606: Revenue from Contracts with Customers (ASC 606) is to recognize revenue when or as the performance obligations are satisfied. Performance obligations are satisfied when control of the good or service has been transferred to the customer. This differs from the current revenue recognition standard, in which the […]