Not-for-Profit Accounting and Financial Reporting
Part of the Not-for-Profit I Certificate Program, this series of CPE courses provides a comprehensive grounding on the key not-for-profit issues in accounting and financial reporting and includes real-world examples, case studies, animations and videos to create a flexible, dynamic learning experience.
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This series of CPE courses is a part of the comprehensive Not-for-Profit Certificate I Program. This track can be purchased individually, or as a part of the full Certificate Program.
The 12 courses included in this track aim to provide a comprehensive foundation in financial accounting and reporting standards that apply to each of the major transaction cycles of a not-for-profit entity (NFP). Ideal for someone new to NFPs, or in need of a refresher, this set provides an overview of accounting for contributions, endowments, split-interest agreements, fair value measurement, programmatic investments, functional classification of expenses, net asset classification, and financial statement presentation—including the latest updates to GAAP that are or soon will be effective for most NFPs. This interactive CPE-hour program contains real-world examples, case studies, animations and videos to create a flexible, dynamic learning experience.
- Reporting of expenses by nature and function
- Distinguishing between program services and supporting services
- Expense allocation methods
- Accounting for joint activities
- Financial statement presentation and disclosure
- Apply FASB ASC not-for-profit industry-specific guidance
- Identify the proper accounting treatment for typical transactions of not-for-profit entities, including the significant changes related to revenue recognition
- Recognize the financial statement presentation and disclosure requirements that apply to not-for-profit entities, including those added or amended under FASB ASU 2016-14
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