posts tagged as Escheatment


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | January 03, 2018

‘Tis The Season for Gift Card Redemption—Are You Properly Accounting for Them?

For many restaurants, the holiday season brings a bustle of promotions, parties, and gift card sales. Now that the holidays are over and gift cards will soon be spent, if they haven’t already, restaurants must be sure they’re accounting... read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | October 18, 2017

Tips Before Transacting: A Look at Restaurant M&A

The restaurant industry is abuzz with opportunity resulting in new companies emerging and a flurry of M&A activity. If you’re a restaurateur considering a transaction in the near term, there are three key practices to keep in mind. read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | January 05, 2017

Tis The Season for Gift Card Redemption Are You Properly Accounting for Them?

For many restaurants, the holiday season brings a bustle of promotions, parties and gift card sales. Now that the holidays are over and gift cards will soon be spent, if they havent already, restaurants must be sure theyre accounting for... read more


By Carrie Shagat | April 20, 2016

FASB Finalizes New Guidance for Accounting for Stored-Value Products

Accounting for customer obligations (stored-value products) has long been a hot topic within the restaurant industry, and in March 2016, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued Accounting Standards Update (ASU) No. 2016-04... read more


By Jeff Tubaugh | October 21, 2015

Event Recap: Restaurant CFO Bootcamp

Earlier this month, our team headed to Chicago to host our Restaurant CFO Bootcamp. There, we spent three days connecting with industry colleagues on the trends and issues currently top of mind among... read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | November 19, 2014

Does Your Restaurant Issue Incentive Cards?

Around the holidays, many companies try to entice customers to purchase gift cards. They often include incentives such as “Buy $25, get $5” or “Buy $100, get $25.” read more