6 Lease Accounting Errors You’re Probably Making (And How to Fix Them) – PART 2

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This is the second of a two-part series: 6 Lease Accounting Errors You’re Probably Making (And How to Fix Them). Our previous post addressed the first 3 common accounting errors we have found after reviewing thousands of leases. To summarize, those common errors were:

1) Errors in accounting for tenant improvement allowances (TIAs)

2) Errors in accounting for TIAs when a lease is renewed or modified

3) Errors in accounting for prior deferred rent when a lease is renewed or modified

In today’s article, we will show you the next 3 lease accounting errors (errors 4 to 6) we have found after our evaluation of numerous leases.

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