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GAAP Explained With Examples | Mapping Income Statement Lines to GAAP financial controller



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25 thoughts on “GAAP Explained With Examples | Mapping Income Statement Lines to GAAP financial controller”

  1. Yesterday I watched your video and I can answer most of the interview questions related to accounts successfully in my today's interview… Keep post more video my dear friend..

  2. Hi, I am from India and I am working as accountant but not exactly end to end doing only doing a 1 part of it so now I am searching for job as a financial controllerand for that I have saw lots of vedios on youtube but not exactly understanding the concept very deeply if you will give traning or online course on it if possible in easier way so it would be great help to me to crack an interviews

  3. i am so confused – under GAAP rules and accrual accounting – if you sell a contract for a one-year $10,000 subscription and the contract is signed 1/1. you invoice monthly beginning on 1/15. and the subscription is effective 2/1. how…. how… do i record this? what date is the revenue "recognized"?

  4. Hi Bill, thanks a lot for the nice video. Could you please make videos to analyze financial statements by considering the (IFRS & ASPE) standards plus preparation of year-end audit/annual audit based on a real-life sample, as such by any chance quarterly SOX report?
    Thanks in advance.

  5. Sir, As per my knowledge and google search, you only explained well about GAAP. If you give a example journal entires along GAAP mapping, also helpful for us Thanks

  6. Hi Bill, great video. Could you make a video on multi-national qualifications? I have my final ACCA Exam in a couple of weeks; Interested to see which American employers would recognise this over CPA. Thanks!

  7. Great stuff dear Bill 🙂 Appreciated.. And May i just check one thing here, will go for accrual only if incase we are not billed to customer? Or do we have any other scenario where we accrue revenue except Unbilled to customer?

  8. Thank you for keeping the words. Can I expect more videos in this topic?? As it is very vast portion and your explanation save our times with better understanding. Thanks once again.

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