There’s a sea of valuable information in your competitor’s SEC filings. But as anyone who has researched public disclosure can attest, they’re not easy to follow. It’s not just finding the filing you’re looking for, but interpreting the dense, hard to read material is both time consuming and tedious. Surely there are better ways to get after this information…
Stressed out, tired, frustrated – is this how you feel during financial reporting season? Learn 5 quick and simple strategies for surviving your next filing period.
Exploring three key takeaways from PwC and FERF’s 2016 Revenue Recognition survey, this post will help you assess where your company stands as the implementation deadline looms nearer.
It’s been a long and winding road for the new revenue recognition standard. In post 2 of 3 of our series, we provide a recap of the biggest moments in the revenue recognition update saga since it was first introduced 13 years ago.
Whether familiarizing yourself with the updated revenue recognition guidance for the first time or brushing up on the basics in preparation for implementation, part 1 of 3 in this blog series boils down the 5 Ws of rev rec in a simple, concise manner.
Revenue recognition has been one of the hottest topics in the financial reporting and compliance industry for over two years. Now, with 14 months left to implement, a new study shows that 83% of public companies have not started preparing. The time to act is now, and the place to start is here, in this 3-part blog series on the basics of the rev rec standard and tips and tricks for implementation.
Financial reporting is a practice that’s constantly evolving. Each year, companies have new regulatory standards to comply with, more data to report, and different market conditions to contend with. This post explores three components required to produce exceptional disclosures that are compliant and improve investor confidence.
Can you believe it? 2017 proxy season is fast upon us! It’s never too soon to start preparing your director and officer (D&O) questionnaires and ensure your firm is meeting all of its disclosure requirements. Read this blog for important information to ensure your company stays compliant.
Competitive intelligence = business intelligence. It’s been said that good work is never a spontaneous conception, but is the culmination of existing ideas and building on top of them. In this post, discover 3 ways you can learn from your competitors’ filings to create better disclosures.
We all have choices to make, but when it comes to your financial disclosures, smarter is always better, even if you don’t know where to start. In this post, discover the difference smarter disclosure will make for you and your workflow, and you’ll never look back!