Countdown to Lease Accounting Compliance:
5 Lessons Learned from FASB and GASB Implementations
Real-world lessons for FASB and GASB
Implementing the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) standards will likely be the biggest project controllers and financial accounting teams will be forced to tackle this year. With real estate and equipment leases moving onto the balance sheet, corporate leasing programs are under much more scrutiny from auditors and board members than ever before. As organizations get ready to make their overall leasing process more efficient and cost-effective, learning from other organizations that are using lease accounting automation to achieve and maintain compliance is crucial to their own success.
Lease accounting experts from EZLease and Whitley Penn will share real-world lessons learned from organizations that have already adopted the lease accounting standards and define best practices for companies tackling compliance this year. With so many lease accounting changes required to go in effect this year, these best practices will help you to simplify compliance with the FASB and GASB deadlines.
Lupe Garcia, CPA
Public Sector | Audit Partner
Audit Senior Manager
Andy Hines, CPA
SVP and General Manager