Here, in one place, is everything Equity Methods has published about ASU 2016-09 – FASB’s first significant revision to ASC 718 in 10 years.
In March 2016, FASB released its long-awaited updates to ASC 718. Officially dubbed Accounting Standards Update No. 2016-09, the changes aim to simplify and improve financial reporting for employee share-based payment awards.
From elimination of the APIC poll to statutory withholding rates, we’ve unpacked what the updates mean for issuers.
Now that most companies have adopted ASU 2016-09, its implications for P&L volatility are being felt. Get our CEO’s take on ASU 2016-09’s surprises.
Takis Makridis · 5/3/2017
If you have not yet adopted ASU 2016-09, here are 10 steps you can take to get your organization ready.
Back by popular demand, we expanded our report of the Q1 early adopters of ASU 2016-09 to include all the early adopters through August 2016.
In this on-demand webinar, we discuss the most interesting results from our survey of 206 companies following the FASB’s March 30 release of ASU 2016-09.
We polled over 200 equity compensation professionals for their reactions to ASU 2016-09 and its effects on their respective companies.
Like it or not, corporate finance and tax teams are now on the hook for forecasting excess tax benefits from stock-based compensation.
Replay our May 19, 2016 webcast for a comprehensive breakdown of the different ASC 718 revisions plus our take on what they could mean for you.
Get answers about how these updates will affect the 10-K, the proxy, the compensation committee, finance and accounting processes, and more.
Takis Makridis · 5/12/2016
This Equity Methods issue brief details how ASU 2016-09 will affect private companies, covering topics including fair value for liability awards, expected term estimation, share withholding, and indefinite deferral.
This Equity Methods issue brief includes our analyses of the final amendments to ASC 718 plus thoughts about transition and early adoption.