Have you started thinking about how the Lease Accounting changes will impact your clients? We hope so!! We’ve written this free whitepaper for you, a CPA with real-world responsibility to your clients.
This whitepaper has been written specifically for you as a CPA to help you better understand the opportunities available for you to add value for your clients regarding the lease accounting changes. In this whitepaper, we provide a brief overview and update of the proposed lease accounting changes, explain how the proposed lease accounting changes will impact organizations like your clients and then offer serious questions that your clients should be asking themselves in order to comply with these upcoming standard changes. We discuss in detail how the core functional areas within a company, like Corporate, Finance, Treasury, Human Resource and Technology may be affected and next steps they should be thinking about. We also identify “Opportunities for Added Value” for you, as the firm’s accounting expert, to add value to your clients during this transition. Your clients will need help from you and proactively positioning your firm as the go-to resource to provide both technology and advisory services will set you apart from your competition.
Add value to your clients! This free whitepaper will put you ahead of the curve and provide the insights and ideas you need to proactively drive the prudent internal conversations and critical discussions in advance.
Or if you prefer the slideshow deck: This presentation dives into not only how the proposed FASB and IASB lease accounting changes will impact organizations but shows how, at the functional level, what questions need to be considered in order to comply with these upcoming standard changes. We outline the functional areas like Corporate, Finance, Treasury, Human Resource and Technology. And given the resource limitations within most organizations, we show how the lease accounting changes will present “Opportunities for Assistance” for Certified Public Accountants (“CPAs”) that are looking for ways to add value to their client relationships