The FASB has clarified the measurement of the fair value of equity securities subject to contractual restrictions that prohibit the sale of the equity security.
The Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) has released Statement No. 100, Accounting Changes and Error Corrections (Statement 100), which amends GASB Statement No 62.
The Governmental Accounting Standards Board has released Statement No. 101, Compensated Absences, replacing GASB Statement No. 16, Accounting for Compensated Absences.
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The OMB has released the 2022 Compliance Supplement, which is effective for audits of fiscal years beginning after June 30, 2021.
SAS 136 includes requirements to communicate reportable findings identified as a result of testing relevant plan provisions.
Plan administrators should consider all implications of an ERISA Section 103(a)(3)(C) election before the election is made.
ASU 2021-10 will require business entities to disclose information about certain types of government assistance they receive.
Before year end, plan administrators or trustees and their auditors should discuss certain preconditions of the audit.
We have updated our white paper regarding the fundamentals of LIBOR phase out and transition for financial institutions.
This document lists pronouncements that became effective on or after Jan. 1, 2021 or are not yet effective as of Nov. 1, 2021.
The GASB has changed the term “comprehensive annual financial report” to “annual comprehensive financial report.”
Risk. Such a broad topic, but boards are ultimately responsible to investors and others for the all-encompassing task of risk oversight.
The OCC recently issued its views on a variety of accounting topics relevant to the financial institutions industry.
SAS 136 will affect audits of employee benefit plans subject to ERISA effective for periods ending on or after December 15, 2021.
When an employer sponsors a retirement plan for its employees, it must carefully consider, and continually monitor, the plan provisions.