The Advantages of Using Software to Implement the New Lease Standard

May 29, 2019 at 9:42 AM / by LeaseCrunch® posted in Lease Components, New Lease Standard, Technology


Implementing the new lease standard is complex, particularly for organizations with many leases. Beyond the complexity and time-consuming nature of implementing the new standard, setting it up manually with spreadsheets is also extremely risky. This blog will examine the advantages of using software instead.

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Ask the Expert: John Hepp Discusses Related Party Leases

May 28, 2019 at 6:45 AM / by LeaseCrunch® posted in Lease Components, New Lease Standard, Technology

Important note: This is a judgment-based standard, which means there are few hard-and-fast rules and the treatment of your leases will depend on your unique situation. It's important that you always double-check decisions with an accounting professional who knows your circumstances. This blog should not be considered, or take the place of, professional advice or services.


This month, we’re bringing back industry expert John Hepp to discuss related party leases. John is a retired partner from Grant Thornton and a former FASB project manager. He holds a PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is currently on the faculty at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.


With John’s help, this blog will examine leases between related parties, specifically the lease term that should be booked.

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What We Want to See Happen With the New Lease Standard in 2019

January 15, 2019 at 1:00 PM / by Ane Ohm posted in FASB, New Lease Standard, CPA Firms, Technology


As we kick off 2019, everyone posts predictions for the coming year and I enjoy reading those as much as the next person. With
the new lease standard, it seems that predictions are more along the lines of, “the sky is falling!” There are only so many times we can hear that we’re in dire straits, so I thought I’d shake it up a bit.

 

Understanding the reality and the timeline of the new lease standard, what do I want to happen in 2019? Read on for my wishlist.

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