Construction Contractors: Non-Revenue and Non-Lease Accounting Considerations

Description

The construction industry is one of the most unique when it comes to being in  compliance with the various accounting standards. This course examines the core  knowledge necessary to succeed and the key issues impacting construction  accounting. Find out what other new developments may mean for you, your  company, or your clients. In addition, this course explores the relationship between  the contractor and the surety. With construction comprising such a large portion  of the economy and always growing, it is more important than ever for you to be  on top of the very latest in accounting changes for the construction industry.  
Note: This course does not address FASB ASC 606, Revenue from Contracts with  Customers, or FASB ASC 842, Leases.

Learning Objectives

When you complete this course you will be able to:
• Recall key considerations regarding the construction industry and the players who take part.
• Identify key concepts related up-to-date GAAP accounting methods applicable to construction contractors.
• Recall the key portions of construction contractor financial statements. • Understand what a surety is and how they assist in the overall construction process.

Major Topics

• Types of contractors  
• Non-revenue GAAP accounting for contractors  
• Contractor financial statements  
• Sureties and their place in the construction relationship  

Provider
AICPA
Course Level
Basic
Professional Area of Focus
Accounting & Auditing
CPE Field of Study
Accounting
4
Who Should Attend

Practitioners and financial professionals in the construction industry

Instructor(s)
Wayne Wells
Prerequisites

None

Advanced Preparation

None

Location
LIVE-ONLINE Webcast
Event Information
When
Oct 7, 2022
8:00 am - 11:30 am EDT
Location
LIVE-ONLINE Webcast
Total CPE Credits
4
Format
Live Webcast

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Construction Contractors: Non-Revenue and Non-Lease Accounting Considerations


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