Financial Statements of Nonprofit Organizations IN PERSON ATTENDANCE

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Special Notes

Curriculum

  • Accounting & Auditing
  • Nonprofit

Designed For

CPAs who work with or for nonprofit organizations.

Objectives

FASB has not changed the reporting requirements for nonprofit organizations since the early 1990s. 260 pages later, the first round of changes is complete in the form of ASU 2016-14 which is applicable in calendar 2018. This course will cover the significant provisions of the standard and their applicability to the financial statements of the typical nonprofit organizations that the local practitioner engages or works with (10 or fewer employees and less than $5,000,000 in revenue).

Preparation

No advance preparation necessary.

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Instructors

James D. Martin

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James D. Martin, "Jim," is a founding member of Martin & Orr, LLC, an accounting and consulting firm in Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Martin has degrees in accounting and finance and is a member of the Georgia Society of CPAs Not-for-Profit and Accounting Educators Awareness Committees, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Institute of Management Accountants, the Institute of Business Appraisers, and an immediate past member of the Georgia Society of CPAs Audit and Accounting Committee. He has taught accounting at the collegiate level and has the ability to communicate complicated accounting and auditing matters in a practical, easy to understand manner. In his current practice, Mr. Martin provides audit and accounting, tax, MIS, business valuation, and a multitude of non-traditional services to his clients. Jim emphasizes real world applications of accounting and auditing literature by encouraging participants to interact and share their experiences in applying new pronouncements or in providing unique, innovative services to their clients.

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