At Mayer Hoffman McCann we’re keeping a close eye on how the AICPA’s proposed Financial Reporting Framework for Small and Medium-Sized Entities (FRF for SMEs) will impact our clients in a wide variety of industries.
The framework may result in the application of a more simplified set of accounting principles for certain entities — including those in architecture, engineering or construction. These types of entities with relatively few financial statement users who also have ready access to management may be able to simplify their financial reporting requirements if the FRF for SMEs, as proposed, meets the requirements of the entity’s financial statement users.
Join MHM’s Mike Loritz and Matt Rybowicz for this webinar on August 8 as they discuss:
- The definition of a SME
- The objective of the FRF for SMEs, including a comparison to US GAAP
- Potential impact of FRF for SMEs on financial statements in the AEC industry
MHM Executive Education Series:
New Accounting Framework Impacting the
August 8, 2013
11 a.m.–1 p.m.
Eligible for 2 CPE
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