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Preparing for the First Lease Accounting Close

Viewers will learn:

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Closing in a virtual workforce
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Key differences between the new and old standards
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Impact of standard on month-end or quarterly close process
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Lease classification and capitalization
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What transition accounting may be required
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Month-end considerations when using display approach
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Financial impact of new accounting

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Now that the lease accounting delays have passed, most organizations will be closing their books under the new standards for the first time in 2022. There are many new requirements to keep in mind, from lease definitions and journal entries to disclosures.

Experts from EZLease, LeaseAccelerator and WhitleyPenn will discuss the lessons learned and top things to consider that will make the first lease accounting close easier.


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Andy Hines, CPA
Senior Audit Manager,
Bruce Conway
Bruce Conway
Vice President, Lease Accounting
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Colleen Tigges
General Manager,

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