Customer Service: 800-778-7436     

To access your product click the Log In link at the top right of the screen. Once inside your account, you will be able to access your Packages, Self-Study Product, and Webinar Registrations.

Sign In to Your Surgent Account

Forgot Username or Password | Register for an Account

Applying the CECL Credit Loss Standard to Non-Banking Situations (CEC4)

Tuesday, June 25, 2024
01:30 PM - 05:00 PM (Eastern)

Richard Daisley, CPA

  • Format Webinar
  • Credits 4.00
  • Level Update
  • Field of Study Accounting (2), Auditing (2)



The effective date for private companies of ASC 326, Credit Losses, is rapidly approaching. Staring in 2023, all entities will be recording credit losses using the current estimate of credit loss (CECL) model, which will accelerate the recognition of such losses for all companies, including non-lending institutions and companies with trade accounts and leases receivable. This new guidance truly impacts all entities. In this course, we’ll focus on applying the ASC 326 guidance to non-lending institutions. We’ll review the CECL model and discuss how to apply it to trade accounts receivables and lease receivables, as well as the other financial assets which are in the scope of the new guidance. We’ll also examine how to transition to the CECL guidance as well as review the new and voluminous disclosures required by ASC 326. 2023 is right around the corner and now is the time to get up to speed on the impact of this new guidance.

Major Topics:

  • Overview of ASC 326, Credit Losses
  • Application of ASC 326 to non-lending institutions
  • CECL transition and disclosures
  • Audit considerations related to the adoption and ongoing accounting for CECL

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the key provisions of ASC 326
  • Recall how to apply these provisions to trade and lease receivables
  • Recall the disclosure requirements for CECL
  • Identify approaches to audit the transition to and ongoing accounting for CECL

Who should take this course:

All accounting practitioners subject to AICPA standards

Experience in financial accounting and reporting








Thank You!



CPE Webinars
CPE Webinars

Thank You!

Thank You! Your subscription has been submitted.