The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) said on Monday it will reach out to stakeholders about an accounting standard on fair value measurements, after a recent review of the standard noted that some investors found certain aspects of it challenging.
A new guide released on November 8 by the Financial Reporting Executive Committee of the AICPA provides accountants, auditors, and valuation specialists with guidance for impairment testing of goodwill.
Registration is now open for the upcoming Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) webcast IN FOCUS: Overview of GASB Proposals for Financial Statement Users. This live webcast, offered free of charge, will take place on September 5.
The GASB is seeking public comment on a proposed concepts statement it issued on June 20 that would guide the GASB when establishing standards regarding the measurement of assets and liabilities for state and local governments.
The FASB has developed a new guideline for determining whether a public or private company is an investment company, for which fair value of investments is the most relevant measurement for the company's financial statement users.