With a bitterly contested revision to options accounting rules barely behind them, the wizards of bookkeeping are launching another controversial project, this time over pension liabilities.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board announced Wednesday that it plans to revise its pension accounting rules to require that businesses explicitly account for future retirement costs. To that end, rule makers have launched the first part of a two-phase project that will change how pension plans are treated on companies’ balance sheets.
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