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1 {FASB Current Updates} Central Ohio HFMA : Spring Conference March 21, 2014

2 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Agenda  New Accounting Standards  Pending Accounting Standards 2

3 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN New Accounting Standards 3

4 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Effective Standards FASB Updates discussed previously :  Cash Flow Classification of Proceeds from Donated Securities (ASU )  Effective for years beginning after June 15, 2013, with early adoption permitted  Joint and Several Liability (ASU )  Effective for annual periods ending after December 15, 2014 with early adoption permitted  Testing of Indefinite-Lived Intangible Assets for Impairment (ASU )  Effective for annual periods beginning after September 15, 2012 with early adoption permitted  Donated Personnel Services Received from Affiliates (ASU )  Effective for periods beginning after June 15, 2014, with early adoption permitted 4

5 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Definition of Public Business Entity  The FASB Accounting Standards Codification currently includes several definitions of “public entity” and “nonpublic entity”  FASB conclude to develop a new definition of a public business entity to determine which entities are within the scope of the Private Company Decision Making Framework  Able to adopt the private company alternatives introduced by the Private Company Council (PCC)  ASU was issued in December 2013 to provide a single definition of a public business entity for use in future accounting and reporting standards  No changes made to existing definitions in the Codification  Not-for-profit entities(NFP) and employee benefit plans (EBP) are specifically excluded  FASB will consider whether NFP and EBPs will be able to adopt accounting alternatives and standards intended for nonpublic business entities on a standard-by-standard basis 5

6 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Definition of Public Business Entity  A public business entity is a business entity meeting any one of the criteria below. Neither a not-for-profit entity or an employee benefit plan is a business entity.  Entity is required by the SEC to file or furnish financial statements or does file or furnish financial statements, with the SEC  Entity is required by the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, or rules or regulations promulgated under the Act, to file or furnish financial statements with a regulatory agency  Entity is required to file or furnish financial statements with a regulatory agency in preparation for sale of securities or for purposes of issuing securities  Entity has(or is a conduit bond obligor for) unrestricted securities that are traded or can be traded on an exchange or over-the-counter market  Its securities are unrestricted, and it is required to provide GAAP financial statements to be made publicly available on a periodic basis pursuant to a legal or regulatory requirement 6

7 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Private Company Council (PCC)  Formed by the Financial Accounting Foundation in 2012 to assist the FASB in improving the process of setting standards for private companies  The PCC and FASB work jointly to determine whether and when alternatives within US GAAP should be made available for private companies  Since its formation, the PCC has worked with the FASB on the following projects:  Private Company Decision-Making Framework- outlines criteria to determine whether and in what circumstances it is appropriate to adjust financial reporting requirements for private companies that follows US GAAP.  Definition of a Public Business Entity  Alternatives to Existing US GAAP 7

8 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN PCC Accounting for Goodwill  ASC provides private companies with an accounting alternative to simplify the goodwill accounting model  Applicable for all entities except for public business entities and not-for-profit entities  Effective for years beginning after December 15, 2014 with early adoption permitted  If the goodwill alternative is adopted, a private company must apply all the provisions of ASU prospectively to all of its existing and future goodwill. 8

9 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN PCC Accounting for Goodwill  Key provisions of ASU :  Requires goodwill to be amortized on a straight-line basis over a period of 10 years or less, in certain circumstances  Make an accounting policy election to test for impairment at either the entity or reporting unit  Single step test for impairment, which compares the fair value of the entity or reporting unit to its carrying amount  Test goodwill for impairment only when there is a triggering event 9

10 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN PCC Accounting for Certain Interest Rate Swaps  FASB issued ASU to provide private companies an alternative to apply hedge accounting to certain receive-variable, pay- fixed interest rate swaps  Applicable for private companies that are not financial institutions, excludes public business entities and not-for-profit entities  Effective for years beginning after December 15, 2014 with early adoption permitted  New and existing swaps  Election made on a swap by swap basis  Allows for a simplified hedge accounting approach if certain criteria are met.  Allows for the measurement at settlement value instead of fair value. 10

11 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Pending Accounting Standards 11

12 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Accounting for Goodwill  In February 2014, the Board considered several alternatives for accounting for goodwill after a business combination for public business entities and not-for-profit entities:  Amortization of goodwill over 10 year or less with testing for impairment only after a triggering event  Amortization of goodwill with impairment tests over its useful life not to exceed a maximum number of years  The direct writeoff of goodwill  Simplified impairment test  No expected completion date 12

13 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Revenue Recognition  FASB/IASB Joint Project  In October 2013, the boards completed their last round of re-deliberations on the remaining key issues and have instructed their staffs to draft a final standard  Would replace all existing US GAAP revenue recognition literature for exchanged transactions, including all industry-specific guidance  Revenue proposal will reverse ASU as cannot have bad debt as a contra revenue 13

14 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Revenue Recognition Summary of the proposed model 14 Identify the contract with the customer Identify the separate performance obligations in the contract Determine the transaction price Allocate the transaction price to the separate performance obligations Recognize revenue when a performance obligation is satisfied

15 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Revenue Recognition Impact of New Revenue Recognition Standards on Health Care Entities  Revenue recognition for indigent and self-pay patients  The exposure draft was not clear whether or how health care entities should recognize revenue associated with indigent and self-pay patients  Recently, the boards tentatively decided to include a “collectability” threshold for recognition  Contracts with Medicare/Medicaid  Can use either “most likely amount” or “expected value” in estimating variable consideration, whichever is best predictor 15

16 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Revenue Recognition Impact of New Revenue Recognition Standards on Health Care Entities  Revenue transactions involving multiple contractual relationships  As many as four different parties may be associated with revenue transactions involving a hospital  Under the proposal, the “customer” is the patient  Third-party payor makes payments on the patient’s behalf; it is not a separate “contract with customer”  Scope of prepaid health service contracts  Currently, these contracts are within the scope of ASC 954-Health Care Entities  Uncertainty exists with respect to whether these contracts are within the scope of the new exposure draft related to insurance contracts 16

17 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Revenue Recognition Timeline  Final standard scheduled to be issued in the first half of 2014  It will be effective for annual reporting periods beginning on or after December 15, 2016 for public entities with one year deferral for non-public entities 17 So if effective date isYears affected would be Calendar & 2017 Fiscal year 2018FY 2017 & FY 2018

18 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Leases  Revised exposure draft was issued in May 2013 with comment period ending in September 2013  Boards were set to issue a final standard in the 1 st quarter of 2014; however, feedback from public continued to challenge the benefits provided to users of the financial statements  At their January 23, 2014 meeting, the Boards began their red liberations of the proposals included in the May 2013 exposure draft  Lessor accounting model  Accounting for “Type A” leases by the lessors  Lessee accounting model  Lessee small-ticket leases  No established timeframe on a final standard 18

19 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit Entities  Since 2011, the FASB has been working with the Not-for-Profit Advisory Committee (NAC) to improve financial reporting of Not-for-Profit entities  Objective of this project is to reexamine existing standards for financial statement presentation by not-for-profit entities, focusing on improving:  Net asset classification requirements  Information provided in financial statements and notes about liquidity, financial performance, and cash flows  Exposure draft expected in second half of

20 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit Entities Decisions reached  Definition of an intermediate operating measure  Changes to the terminology and definitions of net asset classes  Require a direct method of reporting cash flows provided(used) by operating activities  Revise the cash flow categories to better align with the intermediate measure of operations  Require not-for-profits to report expenses by their nature and retaining the requirement to report expenses by function 20

21 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Reporting Discontinued Operations  Amendments change the criteria for reporting discontinued operations and enhance convergence of the FASB and IASB’s reporting requirements for discontinued operations  Stakeholders believe too many disposals of assets qualify for discontinued operations presentation  Financial statements are not decision useful for users  Higher costs for preparers  Comment period of exposure draft closed on August 30,

22 EDIT IN MASTER: CLIENT OR PRESENTATION NAME PLANTE MORAN Reporting Discontinued Operations  Definition of discontinued operation would be changed:  Only those components of an entity that represent a separate major line of business or major geographic area of operations would be eligible for discontinued operations presented in the financial statement  Additional disclosures about discontinued operations would be required: 22

23 {QUESTIONS} Matt Rakay Dawn Stark


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