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The best avenue to success is to be indispensable to your clients. Having a solid understanding your clients’ business is the best way to achieve this, but in the constantly changing NFP landscape, that can be a challenge.
This CPE course will keep you up-to-date by detailing the latest developments affecting nonprofits, such as current FASB requirements and information on the latest OMB and Yellow Book developments.
When you complete this, you will be able to:
Who Will Benefit?
Accounting and finance personnel responsible for accounting and financial reporting for not-for-profits and auditors
Prerequisite: Knowledge of not-for-profit accounting and auditing
Advanced Preparation: None
This product includes a course manual, plus, video segments with a total run time of approximately 115 minutes, which includes 4 separate segments relating to chapters within the manual. AICPA has assembled subject matter experts to discuss what matters most to those within the accounting and auditing profession, as well as what is expected to come in the future, from a regulatory and statutory standpoint. Discussions are led and moderated by Lynda M. Dennis, CPA, CGFO, Ph.D. who is a lecturer at the University of Central Florida. Speakers include the following (listed in order of appearance): Diane E. Edelstein, CPA - Partner, Maher Duessel; Ahava Goldman, CPA - Senior Technical Manager, AICPA Audit and Attest Standards; and Jennifer Hoffman, CPA - Partner-in-Charge, Grant Thornton LLP. This product is designed to be used by first viewing the specific video segment, and then, returning to the course manual to read the chapter relating to the same topic as the video.