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Deferred tax asset valuation allowance

Our article discusses weighting evidence in discerning whether a valuation allowance should be recognized for deferred tax assets.


Financial Reporting Insights

Gaming Audit and Accounting Guide

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Audit and Accounting Guide, Gaming, was recently updated.



Financial Reporting Insights

Audit & Accounting Guide:

An updated AICPA guide addresses the unique aspects of the preparation and auditing of financial institution financial statements.







Financial Reporting Insights

Proposed updates to ASC 842

The FASB recently proposed amendments to address certain issues arising from the adoption of the leases standard.


Financial Reporting Insights

FASB Codification improvements

A recent FASB ASU makes minor technical corrections and clarifications to the Accounting Standards Codification.









Financial Reporting Insights

Amendments: Interest rate benchmark reform

The IASB’s recent amendments address the transition to alternative interest rate benchmarks as a result of benchmark reform.








Insight Article

The Libor countdown—are you ready?

Concerns have been raised that replacing Libor with an alternative reference rate may trigger a number of challenges.

  • Gaiso, Michael
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Financial Reporting Insights

Transitioning away from LIBOR

The FASB has added a project to its agenda to address accounting changes necessitated by reference rate reform.





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The devil is in the details

Article on ESOP distributions, focusing on the detailed mechanics of the how, when and what value is used at the time of the sale.




Financial Reporting Insights

Accounting for mortgage purchase programs

Some financing entities entered into various residential mortgage loan purchase programs. Gain accounting insight about these programs.

  • Miller, Faye
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Resource Center

Reference Rate Reform Resource Center

The discontinuation of LIBOR in 2021 could disrupt global markets, but planning for alternative reference rates will help the transition.