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an alternative value of 90 days, 6 months, or 1 year from the drop-down list near the top of
each tab. Lesson 13: Keeping Track of Changes to the Codification 131 Try It Now
On the TOPICS
tab of the
page, change the
to “Last 1 Year.”
many more items
are included in
the outline. USING “RELATED EXPOSURE DRAFT” LINKS
Specific proposed ASU exposure drafts may be accessed from the RELATED
EXPOSURE DRAFT links that appear at the beginning of related Subsections, as shown
here: Lesson 13: Keeping Track of Changes to the Codification 132 LESSON SUMMARY The System has several features that can help you determine what Codification
content changed, when, and how. The System also offers features that help you
know what changes are likely to occur in the future. Each Subtopic’s Section 00, Status, contains a history of major changes to the
paragraphs and glossary terms within the Subtopic. The ―Recently Issued‖ feature lists recently issued ASUs, recently issued
exposure documents, and recently updated versions of the Notice to Constituents. The documents tracked in the ―Recently Issued‖ feature are organized in
different ways on the different tabs of the ―Recently Issued‖ page. You can specify the look-back period for which documents will be listed on any
tab of the ―Recently Issued‖ page. You can access proposed ASUs by clicking the ―RELATED EXPOSURE
DRAFT‖ links that appear at the beginning of related Subsections. Lesson 13: Keeping Track of Changes to the Codification 133 REINFORCE YOUR LEARNING
Use the System as needed to help you determine the correct answer to this question.
Q1: In the System, navigate to the Status Section of Subtopic 820-10.
a. State the numeric citations of all of the paragraphs in the Subtopic that were
amended by ASU No. 2009-05 (do not include paragraphs that were added or
superseded by the ASU).
b. What effect (i.e., added, amended, or superseded) did the changes documented in
ASU No. 2011-04 have on paragraph...
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2014 for the course ECON 12586 taught by Professor Yorambarzel during the Fall '09 term at University of Washington.
- Fall '09