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Can you please check my sentences.
Is my sentence grammatically correct

I am doing summarization of an accounting article
here is the article http://www.aicpa.org/PUBS/JOFA/feb2007/hall.htm#Exhibit%202

The setence that is bothing me is "the impact of the practical implementation issues companies and their auditors will face due to the change of FASB Statement. 154. " The sentence sound weird. So, please give me suggestions

In the article, “Changes in Accounting for Changes-Implementation implications of FASB 154,” written by Jack O. Hall and C. Richard Aldridge, the authors state that the impact of the practical implementation issues companies and their auditors will face due to the change of FASB Statement. 154.

the second sentence, please check grammar.

The new treatment should improve quality of financial reporting by making it easier for companies to change to a method that better reflects how they consume the future benefits of their assets.

If you have a better way to rewrite my sentence, please feel free to give me a reply.
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the impact of the practical implementation issues companies and their auditors will face due to the change of FASB Statement. 154. " -- where is the verb here? It's a giant noun phrase, as I read it.

...should improve the quality.

I think also "how they will consume the future benefits."

I'm not familiar with accounting terms, so I don't know if things like "consumption of future benefits of their assets" makes sense or not.
"will face" is the verb
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The sentence sound weird

"the impact of the practical implementation issues companies and their auditors will face due to the change of FASB Statement. 154. "

is fine, but you didn't quote it in its entirety.

Based on what I see, your English isn't too good. I'd be more reserved in suggesting corrections to books by others (esp native speakers, especially professionals), in this situation.
Bbmak"will face" is the verb
But it's embedded in the giant noun phrase - "the X they will face due to Y" - but there is still no verb for that sentence. The X they will face due to Y will become increasingly complex, or need to be addressed as soon as possible, or play an important role in something.
Here is the original sentence from the article i try to rephrase

This article discusses the changes Statement no. 154 brought about as well as the practical implementation issues companies and their auditors will face.



I have 3 versions of the sentence, but I dont know which one is good

the impacts of the practical implementation issue companies and their auditors to face, due to the change of FASB Statement. 154.

The impacts of the practical implementation issued companies and their auditors will face due to the change of FASB Statement. 154.

The changes of FASB Statement.154 bring to companies and their auditors, and the practical implementation issues they will face.

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How about this:

Companies and their auditors will be faced with practical implementation issues due to the changes in FASB Statement 154.
YankeeHow about this:

Companies and their auditors will be faced with practical implementation issues due to the changes in FASB Statement 154.

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  • There are a number of problems with this. Can you say it in another way? Try to put it in the form of Subject / Verb / (Object).

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