Sage Fixed Assets and LeaseQuery: Best Practices for Lease Accounting Adoption
With the deadline to transition to ASC 842 already here, private companies should not wait to begin their implementation or to develop a strategy to comply with the new standard.
During this webinar, presenters from LeaseQuery will review some of the key concepts from ASC 842 and common roadblocks companies may face during their transition. We will take a look at questions repeatedly asked throughout the adoption process including how to find embedded leases and how to determine the interest rate, as well as provide an overview of steps entities can take to complete their transition. Finally, we will examine what companies need to consider post-transition and walk through the policies and accounting processes your company can implement to be better prepared for lease accounting after adoption.
- Identify common challenges companies may face when transitioning to ASC 842
- Learn tips from companies who have already transitioned the best ways to find embedded leases and determine interest rates
- Walk through day 2 accounting and steps your company can take to prepare
Who Should Attend
Accounting and finance professionals whose companies manage a medium-to-high volume of leases will benefit most from this event, along with CPAs who serve clients with a similar volume of leases.
Rachel’s experience includes working in the audit practice at EY, where she served clients across a wide variety of industries in both the public and private sectors. As an Accounting Manager at LeaseQuery, Rachel guides potential clients through the benefits and functionalities of lease accounting technology. She is also dedicated to educating LeaseQuery’s customers on the new lease standards and supporting them through the implementation process.
Date & Time
June 16, 2022 – 1:00 PM ET
Register for this webinar below.
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