Insurance Tax and GAAP Update

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JLK Rosenberger recently presented accounting and tax updates at the California Regional IASA conference on December 1, 2016.

Robert Gabon presented a summary on the potential changes under President Trump and a Republican Congress and the impact these changes could have on insurance companies.

James Dougherty and Bill Rosenberger addressed accounting standards updates most relevant to insurance companies.

Their presentation addressed the illustrative disclosures in ASU 2015-09. This Excel schedule shows the computations illustrated in the pending standard.

JLK Rosenberger annually prepares illustrative financial statements for property and casualty insurers. This most recent addition contains samples of disclosures required by 2015-09.

Whether you’re a public or non-public company, there are a large number of accounting standards updates pending implementation in the near future. The checklists below can help you determine the timing of those standards that will impact your entity.

Preparing GAAP financial statements for insurance companies requires familiarity with the numerous disclosure elements of Topic 944 Financial Services-Insurance and elsewhere. The disclosure checklist below can help you identify those disclosure aspects relevant to your company.

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There are no shortages of tax, accounting and other changes that will impact insurance companies in the coming year. The variety of tools and resources offered above are designed to help your company prepare to navigate these changes. If you have questions about the new regulations and how they will impact your insurance company, JLK Rosenberger can help. For additional information please contact Robert Gabon, CPA, at 818-334-8623, or click here to contact us.

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