Revenue Recognition Issues for Nonprofit Organizations IN PERSON ATTENDANCEMore Courses
RRNFPJUL | In Person Training | All Levels | Scheduled
- Please note: You may attend this program via live webcast from your own computer. Register for the live webcast option HERE.
- Attend this course and Financial Statements of Nonprofit Organizations on July 31 and save $50! Enter promo code NFPLIVE at check out. Promo codes cannot be used with the quantity discount.
- Course date was changed (to July 30) as of June 15.
- Accounting & Auditing
CPAs and finance staff working in or with nonprofit organizations.
With the advent of the revenue standard “Revenue from Contracts with Customers” and the new proposal relating to clarifying the scope of contributions received and contributions made, nonprofit organizations find themselves in a situation where revenue is accounted for under several different sections of the Codification. This course covers the new revenue standards in the specific manner in which they relate to nonprofit organizations of all sizes. A fast moving, practical approach to application of the standards in what is typically a very fee sensitive area.
James D. Martin
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.