The significant changes in revenue recognition include ones that need to be made in accounting for performance bonuses and licenses.
FASB member Marc Siegel tells why the board is revisiting the cash-flow statement.
FASB is working to provide specific guidance to corporations on how to report restricted cash.
The PCAOB alerts auditors that they still have a responsibility to independently evaluate whether a company is a going concern.
A Stanford professor argues that the less that investors use fair value accounting to value companies, the better.
Calculating the intrinsic value of a risk can provide companies with a gold standard for effective insurance buying.
Paying attention to job-classification codes may save you thousands in workers' comp premiums.
Republicans in the House of Representatives overwhelmingly supported the measure, but the Senate has no plans to consider a similar bill.
Overcome the waste of excessive reports by evaluating them like you would appraise a factory floor.