What types of consideration should be included in the purchase price in a transaction?
Under ASC 606, having a defined transaction price is one of the key steps in revenue recognition. The transaction price can include a variety of different types of consideration like cash, but also variable consideration, noncash consideration, financing components, and consideration payable to customer.
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Under ASC 606 (revenue recognition standard), what criteria must be in place for a valid contract to exist?
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