Published: December, 2021
Did you realize that M&A activity has resulted in more than $10 TRILLION in domestic activity since 2013?
All the merger activities have put the accounting for business combinations under ASC 805 in the spotlight.
Are you struggling with accounting for business combinations under ASC 805?
If so, I have great news!
In this online CPE webinar, we’ll walk you through the important requirements of ASC 805, as well as provide you with detailed in-depth training for business combination accounting.
Recognizing assets acquired and liabilities assumed in a business combination is a critical step in applying the acquisition method process to business combinations. This step is also one of the more significant steps involved in a business combination transaction. Given the importance of the recognition of assets and liabilities, it’s critical that you have a good understanding of the principles and requirements related to this step in the process.
This CPE text-based accounting course provides an in-depth overview of this step based on the standards prescribed by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) Topic 805 (“Business Combinations”)
Advisor Kelen Camehl CPA
Kelen is a recognized author and reviewer of CPE courses and has authored over 85 courses (225+ CPE credit hours) covering a range of accounting, auditing, financial reporting, regulatory, and ethics topics. His courses are available for purchase from many online CPE providers including the AICPA. Kelen has also remained involved in CPA exam content development for nearly 10 years and has authored more than a thousand multiple choice questions for various sections of the CPA exam. He also serves as an Editorial Advisor for the AICPA’s "Journal of Accountancy".
Kelen has over 15 years of progressive finance and accounting experience. He currently serves as an Accounting Policy Consultant with HP, Inc. in Dallas, TX. Most recently he was located in Budapest, Hungary on a three-year international assignment and served in the company’s Houston, TX location prior to this assignment. Prior to HP, he served in multiple accounting roles in the oil & gas industry with ConocoPhillips including technical accounting policy, SOX compliance, and internal audit. He also gained public accounting experience with PricewaterhouseCoopers, working with various clients in the energy, electric, power, gas, and utility sectors.