At its October 4, 2017, meeting, the FASB discussed the estimated life of a credit card receivable when estimating expected credit losses. Specifically, the Board discussed how an entity should consider estimated expected future payments on a credit card receivable. These clarifications were made as a result of the FASB’s credit losses transition resource group (TRG) discussion held on June 12, 2017.1
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