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How Are Lease Rules Changing?

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Chris Motola

Chris Motola

Finance Writer at Merchant Maverick
Chris Motola is a writer, programmer, game designer, and product of NY. These days he's mostly writing about financial products, but in a past life he wrote about health care and business. He's a graduate of the University of Central Florida.
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    John Gundersen

    How will the new changes in leasing effect the Public Sector?

    In your article it states that the new lease laws will take effect 12/15/18 for Public companies, and one year later for private companies.

    What about Public sector accounts? Municipalities, cities, public universities? How will they be effected?

      Chris Motola

      Hi, John. The public sector will also be affected. Here’s a link that may prove helpful:

      https://www.pwc.com/us/en/cfodirect/assets/pdf/in-brief/us-2017-19-gasb-lease-accounting-rules.pdf

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