Wiley Gaap For Governments 2017: Interpretation And Application Of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles For State And Local Governments (Wiley Regulatory Reporting)
Publish Date: 2017-07-31
Author: Warren Ruppel
The essential reference for governmental GAAP application
Wiley GAAP for Governments 2017provides the latest information on GAAP, with coverage designed specifically for government entities. With a focus on the practical rather than the academic, this book provides insightful, up to date implementation information and explanations of the important developments in governmental GAAP that have occurred in the past year. Exclusive coverage includes school districts, public authorities, and individual pension plans financial statements, with a disclosure checklist that helps preparers ensure compliance. Visual aids help facilitate the reader's understanding of the material, providing a comprehensive guide to financial reporting for governments at the state and local level. This reliable guide is an industry favourite for its accessibility, completeness, and relevance, helping readers achieve and maintain compliance with minimal burden.
Governmental accounting standards are continuously being released, growing in complexity with each iteration.Wiley GAAP for Governmentsis updated annually to provide the most up-to-date information available, with thorough explanations and expert implementation advice.
Get up to speed on the newest accounting pronouncements
Understand how GAAP applies to government bodies and pension plans
Refer to disclosure checklists designed specifically for government entities
Study flowcharts, diagrams, and charts to gain a deeper understanding
This user-friendly guide is organized for easy navigation, and designed to help preparers quickly find, understand, and apply the information they need. Expert guidance through the increasing complexity of preparation and implementation of relevant changes is what makesWiley GAAP for Governments 2017the reference financial professionals keep on their desks rather than on their bookshelves.