IMORTANT: DATE CHANGE - This seminar was originally scheduled to be held on May 26, as published in the CTCPA Professional Development Catalog. ASU No. 2016-14, Presentation of Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit Entities, is the most significant not-for-profit reporting standard in over 20 years and is now fully effective. To properly apply the new financial reporting model professionals must have a strong, working knowledge of the new requirements. Now is the time to obtain that knowledge! This course explains the new requirements, illustrates how the requirements manifest themselves in the financial statements, and clarifies key options that not-for-profits have in applying the requirements. The course also examines other key changes affecting not-for-profits including the new revenue recognition and contribution requirements and leases. The course materials utilize a highly illustrative and innovative format, including over 30 focused exercises to provide an enhanced working knowledge of not-for-profit accounting and reporting.
- The key requirements, options, and disclosures related to each of the basic financial statements
- How the reporting of functional and natural expense information has changed
- The new requirements related to providing liquidity and availability of financial assets information
- The implementation of ASU No. 2018-08 and its effect on the accounting for grants and contracts as well as contributions in general
- How the new lease requirements (ASU No. 2016-02, Leases) impact not-for-profits
- Core not-for-profit accounting requirements related to contributions, promises to give, contributed services, net assets, special events, the classification of expenses, and more
Some introductory background in not-for-profit accounting and reporting
Not-for-profit industry professionals and auditors
- Obtain a working knowledge of the new not-for-profit requirements contained in ASU No. 2016-14 and ASU No. 2018-08
- Skillfully prepare a not-for-profit's financial statements through superior knowledge of accounting and reporting requirements
- Effectively apply today's core not-for-profit accounting requirements while also preparing for changes coming in the area of leases
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MARGARET SHAW THOMAS, CPA, MHA, CGMA (Licensed as a CPA in Georgia and North Carolina)
Marci Thomas, MHA, CPA, CGMA, licensed as a CPA in Georgia and North Carolina, is an author and nationally recognized speaker on various accounting and auditing topics to companies, nonprofits, CPA firms, and state societies of CPAs around the country. A frequent speaker at local, regional, and national conferences, she also writes and teaches courses in governance, financial management, grants accounting, strategy, and various operational topics. Marci is a clinical assistant professor in the School of Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She works with numerous accounting firms, performing quality control and efficiency reviews; and with boards on strategic planning, internal control, and governance issues. Marci serves on the Not-for-Profit Committee for the North Carolina Association of CPAs. Marci has written and co-written several books, including Essentials of Physician Practice Management, published by Jossey Bass in 2004. Her book Best of Boards: Sound Governance and Leadership for Nonprofit Organizations was published by the AICPA and Wiley Publishing in 2018 and is on its second printing. Her book on health care financial management was published by Wiley Publishing in 2014, with a new edition expected in 2020. Marci received her Bachelor in Business Administration with a concentration in accounting from the Georgia State University and her Masters in Health Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill..
Non-Member Price $394.00
Member Price $269.00