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by Joseph Morris

ePub Software Industry Accounting, 1998 Special Report download
Author:
Joseph Morris
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978-0471298724
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0471298727
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Wiley; 1 edition (November 4, 1998)
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The construction industry uses custom software to manage projects, track changes, and report progress. Depending on the project, the software is modified to suit the particular needs of a project owner, the design team, and the general and trade contractors. Project-specific data is used in other ways to suit the unique requirements of each project. As such the decision can only be made on a basis to determine if it warrants a custom development, as well as ownership of the software.

The rules and regulations governing accounting of the software industry are very different from other industries. The software industry has unique accounting concerns, such as capitalization of development costs and software revenue recognition. Detailed implementation guidance is provided for all rules and regulations. This special report covers the recently released AICPA Statement of Position 97-2, Software Revenue Recognition. This statement was developed to address the shortcomings of SOP 91-1 and establishes an overall framework from which constituents must develop more specific revenue recognition practices. SOP 97-2 addresses the accounting for revenue earned from licensing, selling, and otherwise marketing of software.