Financial professionals are facing unprecedented changes in financial accounting and reporting. Economic, regulatory, and global forces are demanding higher-quality reporting while standards are in continual flux. These learning resources are designed to help you understand the knowledge and skills needed in the areas of financial accounting and reporting to appropriately serve their employers or clients.
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Revenue recognition, leases, financial instruments, SAS No. 132 and other essential industry changes – we cover them all with practical applications to help you...
A review of the four complex and problematic audit areas, leases, pensions, equity and taxes, and their associated risks.
The Certificate in Accounting for Islamic Financial Institutions covers the reporting framework and standards of Islamic financial institutions, understanding and...
The Certificate in Islamic Commercial Law covers Islamic law and Islamic commercial jurisprudence in Islamic finance and discusses the sources, principles, concepts,...
FRF for SMEs is an accounting option for preparing streamlined, relevant financial statements for privately held owner-managed businesses.
AICPA has released a new non-GAAP accounting framework. Find out how the FRF for SMEs helps America’s small business community and users of their financial statements.
This backgrounder outlines why the FRF for SMEs™ accounting framework was needed and how it fills a void in the non-GAAP financial reporting environment.
This toolkit will help private companies and users of their financial statements make informed business or credit decisions when GAAP financial statements are not needed.