Over 250,000! That’s how many sessions we had on our website in 2018. Well, 257,848 sessions to be exact. Why are so many people viewing our website? In short, they are coming to our website to read our blog, GAAPology. But what is GAAPology and why should you subscribe? We will answer those questions in this short post.
What is GAAPology?
GAAPology is a blog hosted by GAAP Dynamics that shares our insights and conversations about accounting, auditing, and training matters. We publish at least one post per week, usually about U.S. GAAP or IFRS topics, that we think might be interesting to our readers. These topics usually arise from two sources:
- When we’re deep in the standard developing course materials and we come across a nuance that perhaps is overlooked by many; or
- When we’re teaching courses and we get participant questions that we think would have applicability to a wider audience.
However, we also take requests! If you have a topic that you’d like us to write about, please let us know.
Here’s a few examples of our most read posts in 2018:
- Principal vs. Agent? GAAP Revenue Recognition Criteria (ASC 606)
- Top 5 Biggest Changes with the New Lease Accounting Standard (ASC 842)
- Accounting for Business Combinations ASC 805: Contingent Consideration
- Foreign Currency Translation (ASC 830) and Cash Flows – Plug the Flow?
- All in the Family: Accounting for Intercompany Loans under IFRS 9
In summary, GAAPology is for you, our readers, to help you better understand the complexities of U.S. GAAP and IFRS.
Why should you subscribe to GAAPology?
In short, to stay up-to-date on U.S. GAAP and IFRS. Plus, it’s completely free! The only thing it costs you is your name and email. We need this information to contact you about all the benefits of subscribing!
- Notifications of new blog posts, courses, and other resources helpful for accountants
- Access to other FREE content authored by GAAP Dynamics, like our Step-by-Step Guide to Revenue Recognition (ASC 606)
- Early registration for FREE CPE credits via live webinars with registration limits
- Special “subscriber-only” promotions on webinars and online courses
So, what are you waiting for? Join today!
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