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Published on August 17, 2011
Applying OCBOA in State and Local Governmental Financial Statements
The AICPA Practice Aid, Applying OCBOA in State and Local Governmental Financial Statements is intended to provide preparers and practitioners with the best practices that promote consistency and that resolve the difficult questions arising when state and local governments maintain their accounting records and prepare their annual financial statements using an alternative accounting and financial reporting framework. While nonauthoritative, this practice aid is the best source for such guidance.
Not-for-Profits: Start to Finish - How to Run and Finish the Race
This course lists the critical elements that make up not-for-profit accounting and reporting and enable you to work confidently in the not-for-profit environment.
Not-for-Profit Entities - Best Practices in Presentation and Disclosure
Provides illustrative financial statements and disclosures that are based on audited financial statements of not-for-profit entities. Fully updated for recently issued authoritative pronouncements, this edition offers comprehensive examples of virtually every required disclosure.
Governmental Accounting and Auditing: The Annual Update
This course provides you with the latest developments in governmental accounting and auditing to make you more efficient in your engagements.
Audits of HUD-Assisted Projects: Complying with HUD Regulations
This course provides you with knowledge of the effect of Government Auditing Standards ("Yellow Book"), AICPA standards, OMB requirements, and the Consolidated Audit Guide on the design of the audit plan.
Governmental and Nonprofit Update: The Annual Update
This course provides you with the latest developments to enable you to be current and efficient in your accounting projects.
Not-for-Profit Entities Industry Developments - Audit Risk Alert
This Audit Risk Alert focuses on emerging practice issues and current economic, regulatory, accounting and auditing developments for not-for-profit entities including higher education and religious organizations and recent trends that could affect your audits of NFPs.
AICPA National Governmental Accounting and Auditing Update Conference (GAAC) WEST
Sep 22, 2014 - Sep 23, 2014 - Denver Marriott City Center; Denver, CO - Attend the premier accounting and auditing update that covers state and local government areas. Hear from policymakers and government officials on current issues and new & pending standards.
Not-for-Profit Entities: Checklists and Illustrative Financial Statements
Designed to help auditors and preparers master the complexities of financial statement preparation for Not-for-Profit entities. This edition contains a complete set of illustrative financial statements to assist readers in understanding and applying standards.
Applying Circular A-133: For Nonprofit and Governmental Organizations
This course provides you with the knowledge to be more efficient and effective at planning and performing audits in accordance with the requirements of Circular A-133 and the Single Audit Act Amendments.
Frequent Frauds in Governments: Common Frauds Found in Governments
This course provides you with the knowledge to recognize common frauds in the governmental sector while improving your skills in detecting and preventing fraud.
Advanced Auditing of HUD-Assisted Projects: Compliance Pitfalls
Learn to recognize and apply the latest changes in the federally-assisted housing industry and efficiently plan, perform, and report a HUD-assisted engagement.
AICPA and GASB Government Standards Set [Subscription]
Access your core reference library online. Subscription includes the most important AICPA government-related literature combined with the GASB library.
Government and Not-for-Profit Frauds: Frequent Frauds Found in These Entities
What frauds are committed and could they have been avoided? Through an informative case study approach, this course illustrates common frauds that make headlines and damage the reputations of government and not-for-profit organizations.