This one-day seminar is designed to help participants prepare the statement of cash flows as per U.S. GAAP. The course will explain how to incorporate
non-operating changes in assets and liabilities due to factors such as acquisitions, dispositions, foreign currency translations, other comprehensive income, and stock-based compensation.
The seminar uses spreadsheet-based examples from published financial statements to illustrate scenarios and their applications.
6/19/2017 Las Vegas
Venue and Hotel Details
- ASC Topic 230: Financing, Investing, and Operating Cash Flows: Detailed Discussion of FAS 95 Requirements
- Classifying Cash Flows
- Examples of SEC Comment Letters
- When the Balance Sheet Changes Differ from Cash Flow Adjustments
- Special Issues: Deferred Taxes and Stock Options: Deferred Taxes
- Stock-Based Compensation
- Miscellaneous Cash Flow Topics: Pensions and Other Post Employment Benefits
- Significant Non-cash Events
- Premium and Discount Bonds
- Equity Investments
- Derivatives and Hedging
- Vendor Financing
- Discontinued Operations
Baseline understanding of U.S. GAAP Accounting
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Field of Study:
Group Live, Instructor-Led Course
Dan Gode, Co-founder, Almaris E-Learning Systems.
“Dan Gode is one of the best instructors. He provides examples of journal entries and T-accounts, which make the info easier to understand. And he adds humor to all classes!” - SVP Finance & Tax, Large Mid West Community Bank
* Discounts cannot be combined and must be applied at time of initial registration.
** Tuition price includes daily breakfast, lunch, and morning and afternoon refreshments.