Revenue involves significant risks that warrant special consideration during audits. The Financial Accounting Standards Board has issued a new standard-“Revenue from Contracts with Customers” that replaces most industry-specific revenue recognition requirements in U.S. GAAP. A new principles-based, five-step revenue recognition model now applies. Recent disclosures of qualitative and quantitative information, significant judgments, and changes in judgments are also required. New systems, processes, and controls may be needed. Poor design or implementation may pose heightened risks of material misstatement, including those due to fraud.
Analysis of requirements for revenue recognition under ASC 606. Discussion of the requirements for auditing revenue transactions. Analysis of internal control and fraud risk aspects. Identification of high-risk areas of revenue recognition. Suggested procedures for identified risks.
CPAs and auditors.
Recognize details of revenue transactions with customers that require special attention or revision in the recognition process. Determine appropriate areas where revenue transactions present the highest risk for material misstatements in the financial statements. Identify approaches to perform appropriate audit procedures of the revenue recognition process, including testing of individual transactions.
Mr. Ristaino is a partner in a local firm and is Director of Accounting and Auditing and quality control. He has over 30 years experience in public accounting. He manages a diversified practice including construction and real estate, healthcare, manufacturing, governmental auditing (including single audit and HUD), transportation, travel, and not-for-profit organizations. He also has extensive experience in compliance auditing for both the public and private sector.
Mr. Ristaino has authored and presents numerous professional education programs around the country and is a former professor of tax law at Villanova and Philadelphia Universities. Gene is a member of the Peer Review Committee for the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and is a team captain for the Peer Review Program of the AICPA.
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