Your Final Countdown to Audit Readiness

Course Description

Join LeaseQuery for a presentation focused on steps private companies (and their auditors) can take to prepare for a smooth and efficient audit of their lease accounting under ASC 842. We will discuss strategies for each phase of the audit cycle – planning, assessing risks, testing, and reporting. These planning efforts will help to reduce surprises later. With year-end rapidly approaching, taking steps now to understand the risks associated with lease accounting and identifying and establishing controls to mitigate those risks will promote a successful audit.


Learning Objectives

  • Understand the importance of meeting with your auditors
  • Recognize the principal risks and mitigating controls associated with lease accounting
  • Review key lease accounting policies and confirm your accuracy
  • Summarize the new lease accounting disclosures to ensure you have access to this information


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Who Should Attend

Accounting and finance professionals with a medium-to-high volume of leases as well as accounting and consulting professionals who work with those clients.


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Benjamin Belk

Jaron Moss

Lease Accounting Consultant at LeaseQuery

Jaron brings extensive auditing experience to his role as Lease Accounting Consultant at LeaseQuery. He has served as part of the audit staff at multiple accounting firms. He received his degree in accounting and business administration from Belmont Abbey College and is a licensed CPA.

CPE Webinar

Date & Time

Dec 19, 2023 – 1:00 PM ET

Course Information

CREDITS 1.00 hours
DELIVERY METHOD Group Internet Based

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