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Ever have a discussion with a client or auditor regarding a recent not-for-profit accounting or auditing development and not have a clue regarding what they were talking about? Get more than just a clue, solve the entire case through this timely update designed to help you understand the latest accounting and auditing developments affecting not-for-profits.
Prerequisite: Knowledge of nonprofit auditing and accounting
Advanced Preparation: None
In this video, W.A. Broadus Jr., CPA, CGFM, President of W.A. Broadus Jr. CPA, PC, a respected consultant in the governmental and nonprofit area, employed for several years with the GAO, and author of many AICPA professional development courses, interviews James R. Dalkin, CPA, CGFM, Director, GAO; Allen L. Fetterman, CPA, retired Partner of Loeb & Troper and lecturer; John Fisher, CPA, Director NEAR, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services; Mary Foelster, CPA, AICPA Director–Governmental Auditing and Accounting; James S. Remis, CPA, Partner, Federman, Lally & Remis, LLC; and George A. Rippey, CPA, former Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Audit, U.S. Dept. of Education.
The DVD/manual format consists of a DVD containing a video file (playable in its entirety or by segment), a CD containing a PDF file of the manual, and a bound printed manual.