Technical Accounting Matters
Whether preparing for an IPO, acquiring a business or adopting a new standard, ÐÇ¿Õ´«Ã½ solves your most complex technical accounting challenges.
ÐÇ¿Õ´«Ã½â€™s extensive technical accounting consulting expertise allows us to identify the issue, understand and research the guidance, analyze various accounting alternatives and help our clients arrive at a sound position. Partnering with your team, our technical financial accountants document each position to ensure it satisfies audit requirements and sustains scrutiny.
Our professionalsÂ help toÂ solve a broad range of complex technical accounting issues, including:
- Business combinations
- Lease accounting
- Revenue recognition
- Current expected credit losses
- Accounting for income taxes
- Goodwill impairment
- Complex debt and equity instruments
- Stock-based compensation
- Derivatives and hedging
- Variable interest entities
ÐÇ¿Õ´«Ã½ is not a CPA firm.
Accounting Consulting Group
¸é¾±±¹±ð°ù´Ç²Ôâ€™sÌýAccounting Consulting Group (ACG)Â is a national team of US GAAP and IFRS subject matter experts dedicated to supporting clients and ÐÇ¿Õ´«Ã½â€™s technical accounting advisory teams in highly complex accounting, financial reporting, and related regulatory matters. From transactions to implementing new standards, audit prep to a second set of eyes, ACG is here to assist you with technical accounting services, on-demand.
Proposed income tax disclosure accounting standards changes will impact corporate accounting and tax teams, and stakeholders can provide feedback to the FASB by May 30, 2023.
The FASB is drafting new requirements for public companies to provide more detailed information about the nature of companiesâ€™ expenses at a more granular level than what is presented on the income statement.
ÐÇ¿Õ´«Ã½â€™s supports a wealth managment client with standard operations of the business and aids in preparations for an acquisition.
A large government service provider grew inorganically with five major acquisitions in a two year period, resulting in disparate processes and systems.