Financial Reporting for Not-for-Profit Entities

Description

Do you know what makes not-for-profit accounting and financial reporting different? This course will cover the requirements under FASB's financial statement standard and provide insight into what makes not-for-profit financial reporting different, such as accounting for grants and contracts. This course will train you to clear key hurdles in not-for-profit accounting and reporting in an efficient and effective manner. Avoid the potholes of confusion and provide a financial picture that end users can truly understand.

Highlights

  • Exchange transactions, contributions, and gains and losses
  • Grants and contracts
  • Expenses

Objectives

  • Identify the impact of FASB Standards impacting not-for-profits
  • Identify the unique aspects of the not-for-profit environment, such as accounting for revenues and expenses.
  • Recall ways to perform more effective audits of not-for-profit organizations with better knowledge of not-for-profit accounting and reporting requirements.

Designed For

Professionals working with or in the not-for-profit environment



Leaders

Jeanette Bax-Kurtz

Jeanette Bax-Kurtz is the Founder and Owner of Andern Consulting LLC. She works with tax exempt organizations including government districts, minority and family-owned businesses assisting them to navigate the changes and regulations to help their organizations build their legacies in this ever changing world. She was the past partner and Director of Not-for-Profit and Regulatory Services for Mueller Prost, which she coordinated the firm’s delivery of audit, tax and advisory services to tax exempt and other organizations, including not-for-profit, real estate, and healthcare industries. Her considerable knowledge base has been the source of assistance for many directors, trustees, government agencies, owners and consultants in solving challenges facing a dynamic environment.

Jeanette is a graduate of University of Missouri, St. Louis with a B.S.B.A. concentration in Accounting and a Minor in Mathematics. She has more than 30 years of experience in public accounting. Jeanette is a Certified Public Accountant in the States of Missouri, Illinois, and Nebraska. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Her focus on not-for-profit organizations and highly regulated industries makes Jeanette a sought-after educator and speaker. She frequently teaches courses for the AICPA and is a guest lecturer at various universities, CPA firms and other organizations.

In addition to her professional affiliations, Jeanette serves as a board member for Belleville Diocesan Finance Council, Brace for Impact 46, Pujols Family Foundation, Resourceful Living and Women of Wisdom. She also devotes a considerable amount of time to providing services and volunteering for a variety of tax-exempt organizations. Jeanette is a recipient of the Association’s Outstanding Facilitator Award