During this presentation, LeaseQuery’s lease accounting experts will explain the accounting options for lease concessions granted due to COVID-19. We will introduce the new relief provisions offered by the FASB for efficient lease accounting during this unprecedented time and walk through several examples of how to apply. Also included in the discussion will be modification and termination lease accounting treatments for arrangements that do not qualify for the relief provisions or companies that elect not to use them.
- Understand Lease Accounting Impacts due to COVID-19
- Determine when the new relief accounting options offered by the FASB can be applied
- Learn how to apply the new relief accounting options
- Identify other accounting treatments for changes to lease arrangements
- A basic understanding of lease accounting
Who Should Attend
Accounting and finance professionals whose companies manage a medium-to-high volume of leases, along with CPAs who serve clients with a similar volume of leases.
- Technical Accounting Manager
Amanda Payne is a Technical Accounting Manager at LeaseQuery. She began her career at Ernst & Young (EY) in assurance services working with clients in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. There she was responsible for planning and performing audit procedures, collecting and organizing ongoing support from client management, and leading and presenting to client management and assurance teams in the Americas, India, and Egypt. Amanda earned a bachelor’s degree in Accounting with a Specialization in Professional Accounting from the University of Alabama and a master’s degree in Accounting from Troy University.
- Technical Accounting Manager
Rachel Reed is a Technical Accounting Manager at LeaseQuery. 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. Rachel graduated from the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) with both a Bachelor's degree and Master's degree in Accounting.
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Date & Time
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
1:00 PM EDT (see additional timezones)
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