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Functional expense reporting is an area of financial reporting unique to not-for-profit entities. GAAP requires that not-for-profit entities present an analysis of expenses by function and nature in one of three places:

  • Face of the statement of activities

  • Separate statement (statement of functional expenses)

  • Notes to financial statements

As well, the Form 990 includes a statement of functional expenses (Part IX), where NFPs are required to present this information. Functional expense accounting and reporting draws frequent questions.

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