Accounting for Stuff With Tim Gearty: Separation of Performance Obligations

Tim Gearty new revenue recognition rules

Back with round 2 of Tim Gearty’s overview of the new revenue recognition rules. Go catch up on Part I, if you’re late to the party. (But don’t worry, you’re never late to the party.)

This time Lord Gearty covers the separation of performance obligations. So pay attention, you’ll learn something.

Stay tuned for more on the new revenue recognition rules from Tim Gearty and Going Concern in the coming weeks. And subscribe to our YouTube channel to be the first to receive updates.

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