In the prior webinar in this series, lease accounting expert George Azih walked through a detailed lease accounting example (you might recall the five-story mixed-use office building with the rooftop deck!). As George commences part four of LeaseQuery's six-part webinar series, he will move into a discussion of how to account for lease modifications and impairments under the new lease accounting standards. As always, George brings a clear-cut style to help you demystify lease accounting.
- Observe common questions related to lease accounting
- Identify lease modifications
- Understand how to prepare subsequent journal entries to reflect the lease modification
- Identify lease impairments under ASC 842
- Basic understanding of ASC 842 standards
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.
If you missed LeaseQuery's prior presentation, please email email@example.com to request a link to view the recording. This presentation will be most valuable to participants after viewing the prior webinar recording.
- Founder & CEO
George Azih Is LeaseQuery’s Founder and CEO. Prior to founding LeaseQuery, George worked in Technical Accounting and Accounting Research for a Fortune 500 company, specializing in lease accounting, debt modifications and hedge accounting. Prior to that, he worked in a CPA firm specializing in audits of financial institutions (banks and insurance companies). He holds a Bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of Georgia, and is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and the Georgia Society of CPAs.
George is considered a leading expert on lease accounting and has been chosen to speak about this topic to numerous groups at different events including Bloomberg Magazine, Crowe Horwath, the Georgia Soci... Read more
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Date & Time
Thursday, April 18, 2019
1:00 PM EDT
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|Delivery method:||Group Internet Based|
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