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The FASB recently announced that big changes related to nonprofit accounting are on the horizon. Exempt organizations with a strong understanding of the landscape ahead will be better prepared to adopt and adapt new financial reporting standards when the time comes. Join Aronson LLC’s nonprofit experts on May 28th for a free webinar presentation that will help you understand the new standards and design a plan for implementation.
Rob Eby and Carol Barnard will discuss key components of the proposed ASU, Presentation of Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit Entities, including:
- Requiring cash flow metrics to help measure financial performance
- Changes to net asset classifications
- Indirect vs. direct method of cash flow accounting
- Analyze why the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued this proposed accounting standard update.
- Compare the key provisions of the update with current GAAP
- Identify actions that could be taken to prepare for implementation of the update
Who Should Attend?
Executive Directors, CFOs, Controllers, Treasurers, Finance Managers, Board Members, Finance and Audit Committee Members
1.0 hours; Credit is provided only to participants in the live broadcast of the webinar. Note that credit is not provided for group viewing. Each participant must be registered separately and meet both the polling and duration requirements as per NASBA.
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