This complimentary webinar provides a technical and practical overview of the standard from the perspective of the lessee, with an emphasis on the areas that will most create challenges for retailers, restaurants and other consumer products businesses.
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New Lease Accounting: Impact on Retail & Restaurants Industries Webinar

November 21, 2019
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EST

Krista Souto
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  • Summary
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Restaurants, retailers and consumer products companies need to consider new lease accounting and the impact it has on their business operations. If you haven't already taken action, now is the time. It could take months to organize resources, gather relevant lease data, and implement new accounting policies. For many companies, the new requirements may also result in the need to upgrade and/or implement new lease management and accounting systems.
 
This complimentary webinar provides a technical and practical overview of the standard from the perspective of the lessee, with an emphasis on the areas that will most create challenges for retailers, restaurants and other consumer products businesses.
Learning Objectives
  •  Identify the main provisions of the new lease standard as contrasted with prior accounting requirements
  • Apply those provisions to the restaurant and retail industries
  • Identify issues associated with applying the new standard post-implementation
Delivery: This webinar will be delivered via the BDO Online CPE Network
Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None
Credits: 1 CPE credit in Accounting
Program Level: Update
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