FASB ASC 606 – Don’t Get Revenue Wrecked

by Duncan B. Will, CPA/ABV/CFF, CFE

Of course, you're relieved and exhausted – in addition to the traditional tax and accounting services you perform for your clients as their accountant and trusted adviser, you've helped them address the new tax law, consulted on a variety of issues, and assisted them with understanding and implementing the new revenue recognition standard.

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