Magazine article The CPA Journal

In This Issue

Magazine article The CPA Journal

In This Issue

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This issue features our annual coverage of Baruch College's Financial Reporting Conference. We have published the highlights of the conference for several years now to give readers some insights into the minds of leading representatives of the regulatory, standards setting, and user communities. The professional agenda is driven not only by what these leaders think is important, but also by what their constituents-our readers-think needs to be addressed.

Participants at this year's conference seemed more interested than ever before in hearing from financial statement preparers, auditors, and users. As several major projects-such as revenue recognition and leases-go into effect, standards setters' focus has turned to the issues professionals have encountered during implementation. Standards setters are also listening to concern about the volume of recent changes and are tailoring their agenda to be more narrowly focused. Users' desire for relevant information was discussed as the cause of the increasing use of non-GAAP measures in public company financial reporting. …

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