sec accounting and auditing enforcement release (aaer) no. 108 s
sec accounting and auditing enforcement release (aaer) no. 108 speciﬁes certain conditions or criteria that a bill and hold transaction of a public company should meet in order to qualify for revenue recognition. the aaer also speciﬁes certain factors that should be considered in evaluating whether a bill and hold transaction meets the requirements for revenue recognition. aaer no. 108 states that a “bill and hold” transaction should meet the following conditions: 1. the risks of ownership must have passed to the buyer.2. the customer must have made a ﬁxed commitment to purchase the goods, preferably reflected in written documentation.3. the buyer, not the seller, must request that the transaction be on a bill and hold basis. the buyer must have a substantial business purpose for ordering the goods on a bill and hold basis.4. there must be a ﬁxed schedule for delivery of the goods. the date for delivery must be reasonable and must be consistent with the buyer’s business purpose (e.g., storage periods are customary in the industry).5. the seller must not have retained any speciﬁc performance obligations such that the earning process is not complete. 6. the ordered goods must have been segregated from the seller’s inventory and not be subject to being used to ﬁll other orders. 7. the equipment must be complete and ready for shipment. requiredidentify and discuss the reliability of the types of evidence an auditor would need to determine whether each condition cited above was met for a bill and hold transaction.
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