Gaming Audit and Accounting Guide
Delivers "how-to" strategies for handling audit and accounting issues common to entities in the gaming industry.

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Master the distinct peculiarities of the gaming industry

Who Will Benefit?

  • Anyone responsible or involved with financials within the gaming industry
  • CPA firms working with this industry

Key Topics

  • Recent developments in areas such as online and governmental gaming
  • Lotteries and tribal gaming
  • New Jersey Casino Redevelopment Authority
  • Currency transaction reporting
  • Analytical procedures and internal controls unique to the gaming industry
  • Appendix highlighting FASB ASU No. 2014-09, Revenue from Contracts with Customers (Topic 606).
  • Appendix highlighting finalized revenue recognition implementation issues specific to gaming entities.

Like any niche, the gaming industry has quirks. From national casinos and hotel chains to smaller tribal casinos, gaming is a big and financially complex business with an astonishing scope.

As a CPA, you need knowledge of a variety of areas beyond gaming alone, including lodging, entertainment, food and beverage, golf and other recreational activities, and many more. This comprehensive guide will prepare you for these and other topics that may come up in this evolving industry.

This edition provides new standards, guidance and practices, plus gives you hands-on tools like illustrative independent auditor's reports and financial statements for non-governmental and governmental gaming entities, giving you the tools you need to master this diverse industry.

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