Illustrative Public Company Disclosures (consequences of COVID-19)
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Illustrative Public Company Disclosures (consequences of COVID-19)

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Center for Plain English Accounting, the AICPA’s National A&A Resource Center. Special Report March 31, 2020

Over the course of the last two weeks as the scope of the coronavirus COVID-19 (Covid19) pandemic has continued to evolve, many members have asked the CPEA to provide illustrative disclosures or example disclosures that companies have made related to the impact of COVID-19. As we covered in our initial report for most calendar year-end entities, the impact will be a Type II (unrecognized) subsequent event. Unrecognized events are considered for disclosure based on the event to keep the financial statements from being misleading. To that end, some major companies like Walmart, that filed their 10-Ks after the World Health

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