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Learn@Forbes Announces Revenue Recognition Specialization

11 Course Program Covers ASC 606 Revenue Recognition

Learn@Forbes, an online learning platform offering professionals affordable and time-saving alternatives to traditional degrees through courses for today’s demanding career fields and disciplines, has launched a new specialization in Revenue Recognition.

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“The courses that comprise Learn@Forbes’ Revenue Recognition Specialization were curated to include relevant financial and accounting concepts, as well as the strategies and policies your organization needs to remain in compliance with FASB and IASB standards,” said Chief Operating Officer Dhiraj Bansal.

The Learn@Forbes’ Revenue Recognition Specialization includes 11 self-paced courses that comprise:

ASC 606 Revenue Recognition: Allocation Transaction Price to Performance Obligations
ASC 606 Revenue Recognition: Case Scenarios for Step Revenue Recognition Process Part 1
ASC 606 Revenue Recognition: Considerations for Identifying the Contract Part 1
ASC 606 Revenue Recognition: Considerations for Identifying the Contract Part 2
ASC 606 Revenue Recognition: Considerations for Performance Obligations Part 1
ASC 606 Revenue Recognition: Considerations for Performance Obligations Part 2
ASC 606 Revenue Recognition: Recognizing Revenue
Basic Revenue Recognition: Introduction and Application of the Four Recognition Criteria
Overview of Complying with the ASC 606 Revenue Recognition Standard
Revenue Recognition Issues in the Real World and How to Deal with Them
ASC 606 Revenue Recognition: Topic 606 – Revenue from Contracts with Customers – The New Standard for Revenue Recognition

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There are over 40,000 open Revenue Recognition positions nationwide on ZipRecruiter, while according to Salary.com, the average salary for a Director of Revenue Recognition in the United States is $190,600.

Upon completing the specialization, learners will receive a Forbes Specialist Certificate of Completion to show their employer and add to their resume and LinkedIn profile. Those who would like to start the Revenue Recognition Specialization can do so with a 14-day free trial. Learn@Forbes subscription plans are as low as $12.50 per month. For additional information, visit learn.forbes.com.

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