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Your Guide to Lessor Accounting

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Manage your lessee and lessor accounting in one process

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Most organizations that lease real estate spaces or equipment assets like IT, fleet, or medical devices keep and use those leased assets within their organizations; they are lessees, and the lease financing company is the lessor. However, there are times when it makes sense to sublease space or lease out assets to another organization, turning lessees into lessors. This shift in roles requires different lessor accounting processes and calculations to be in compliance with the lease accounting standards. 

Lease accounting experts from LeaseAccelerator, EZLease, and Baker Tilly review what lessor accounting is and how you can use it to account for your subleases. Learn about the different types of lessor leases, critical key accounting standard requirements, and best practices.

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Blake Mulligan

Director, Solution Consulting



Nikhil Gupta

Senior Analyst


Jeff Becker

Jeff Becker

Consulting Senior Manager

Baker Tilly