Accounting for Good: New Not-for-Profit Financial Reporting Standards

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Date:6/21/2018
Start Time:9:00 AM
End Time:11:00 AM
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Accounting for Good June 21

As a not-for-profit, it can be challenging to tell your story through your financial statements. At Mueller Prost, we understand the challenges, and the complexities faced with the new revenue recognition and financial reporting standards. This seminar is designed to help your organization understand the new requirements, the impact on users, and how to implement. 

Topics include:

  • New Revenue Recognition Standards
  • New Accounting Standards
  • Net Asset Classes
  • Donor Restriction Policy
  • Board Designations
  • Endowment Funds
  • Disclosures
  • Liquidity & Availability
  • Functional Expenses
  • Statement of Cash Flows
  • New FASB Standard Outline
  • And More!

During the seminar we will also field questions from the audience.;

Who Should Attend:

This presentation will be valuable for Executive Directors, Board Members, CFOs and Accounting staff of non-profits.

Details:

Thursday, June 21, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM PDT

Mueller Prost - Irvine
Training Room 
4 Park Plaza, Suite 320
Irvine, CA  92614

 

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About the Speaker:

Jeanette Bax-KurtzJeanette Bax-Kurtz, CPA
Partner and Director of Not-for-Profit and Regulatory Services

Jeanette began her career in public accounting in 1985 and has more than 30 years of experience in assurance services and auditing; risk assessment services; internal control reporting and assessments; and compliance services. She has extensive experience in HUD, A-133/Uniform Guidance, healthcare, and senior housing and communities. Her experience and expertise spans across numerous industries including not-for-profit, construction, real estate and retail.

In addition to her work in audit, tax and consulting, she specializes in financing issues and tax credits. Her depth of experience includes bonds, HUD loans, Federal and State grants, low income housing tax credits (LIHTC), new market tax credits, youth opportunity program credits (YOP), neighborhood assistance programs (NAP) and other credits. Her book of business includes state-wide organizations, nation-wide organizations, and stretches globally into five of the seven continents.

Her focus on highly-regulated industries also makes Jeanette a sought after educator and speaker and frequently teaches courses for the AICPA, conducts seminars for Allinial Global, and is a guest lecturer at various universities and other organizations.

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