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Accounting For Business Combinations

Accounting For Business Combinations

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Accounting and reporting for mergers and acquisitions requires an in-depth understanding of complex rules and guidelines. Organizations must continuously evaluate and re-evaluate their financial reporting for business combinations as well as plan for the eventuality of possible future mergers and acquisitions. Accounting for Business Combinations is the source that will help to meet these needs.

Accounting for Business Combinations provides guidance on the accounting; determination and allocation of cost; and the financial statement disclosures relating to business combinations. Specific chapters are dedicated to coverage of the reporting requirements for domestic SEC-registered companies, accounting for goodwill, and financial statement disclosures for intangible assets.

Some of the topics covered in Accounting for Business Combinations include:

  • FASB’s authoritative guidance relating to business combinations
  • Determination of the cost of the acquired entity
  • Allocation of the cost of the acquired entity
  • Financial statement disclosures
  • Reporting requirements for SEC registered companies
  • Accounting for goodwill
  • Accounting for intangible assets other than goodwill

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Accounting and reporting for mergers and acquisitions requires an in-depth understanding of complex rules and guidelines. Organizations must continuously evaluate and re-evaluate their financial reporting for business combinations as well as plan for the eventuality of possible future mergers and acquisitions. Accounting for Business Combinations is the source that will help to meet these needs.

Accounting for Business Combinations provides guidance on the accounting; determination and allocation of cost; and the financial statement disclosures relating to business combinations. Specific chapters are dedicated to coverage of the reporting requirements for domestic SEC-registered companies, accounting for goodwill, and financial statement disclosures for intangible assets.

Some of the topics covered in Accounting for Business Combinations include:

  • FASB’s authoritative guidance relating to business combinations
  • Determination of the cost of the acquired entity
  • Allocation of the cost of the acquired entity
  • Financial statement disclosures
  • Reporting requirements for SEC registered companies
  • Accounting for goodwill
  • Accounting for intangible assets other than goodwill

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