9.17.18 | Churches & Denominations, Higher Education, Nonprofit Organizations, Nonprofit Tax | Webcasts: Recorded
Webcast for Nonprofits: GAAP vs. Form 990 Accounting – What’s Old? What’s New?
It would be great if Form 990 accounting methodologies matched GAAP. They don’t. And with the onset of recent accounting pronouncements, the “gap” is getting worse! Areas of income recognition, related party accounting, control issues, net asset reporting, and related organizations can make your head spin. In this session, we will attempt to navigate the muddy waters of these and other issues.print
- Identify differences in accounting methodologies from audited financial statements to Form 990
- Recognize upcoming GAAP changes that will require special treatment when reporting on Form 990
- Distinguish among varying treatments for “control” and how they affect reporting
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GAAP vs. Form 990 Accounting: What’s Old? What’s New?
Thursday, October 25
1 p.m. EDT
Instructor: Dave Moja
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