The new tax cuts will make winners out of companies with big deferred tax liabilities and losers of those with large tax assets, an expert forecasts.
Non-GAAP metrics command far more attention from investors than do the official numbers, new research shows.
The changes to GAAP accounting for revenue recognition won't have a material effect on companies' finances, investors say.
The 50 employees at the Securities and Exchange Commission’s office of the chief accountant try to keep up with technology changes like bitcoin.
Non-cash and financing components could become brain busters under the new, principles-based revenue recognition standard.
Investors punish companies for late financial statements, according to new research.
The new revenue recognition rules demand tight teamwork between pricing and revenue teams.
The revenue recognition standard will turn a diverse set of industry standards into “one framework about how to think about revenue.”
Here are five key aspects of the tax bills introduced in Congress that CFOs should start thinking about now.
Companies should start preparing soon for the changes slated to take effect in late 2018.