Not-for-Profit Organizations Accounting Conference

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Two Ways to Attend

There are now two ways to attend the Not-for-Profit Organizations Accounting Conference. Attend the in-person event in Tampa or Ft. Lauderdale or from the comfort of your home or office via the online Simulcast.

Overview

Up to16 Credits
In-Person or Online

Letter From the Chair
Image: Wilbert Santos, CPA
Wilbert Santos, CPA

In August, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued an Accounting Standards Update that simplifies and improves how a not-for-profit organization classifies its net assets, as well as the information it presents in financial statements and notes about its liquidity, financial performance and cash flows.*

Our 2017 conference committee was dedicated to identifying the most important topics, and securing the most knowledgeable presenters, to provide you with the best practices and a clearer understanding of what is expected of you - as a CPA working in the nonprofit sector.

I hope you will join us in Tampa, Fort Lauderdale or on-line May 18-19 to explore a wide variety of cutting-edge issues including FASB reports; single audits from auditor and industry perspectives; revenue recognition; leases; 990T; UBIT and much more.

Please take a moment to review our agenda, and make your plans to be part of the only FICPA conference dedicated entirely to the needs of CPAs working for not-for-profits. See you in May!

Wilbert Santos, CPA
Assurance Senior Manager
BDO USA, LLP


CPE Credit

This Conference qualifies for up to 16 hours of CPE credit. CPE credit is subject to approval by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Type of credit is dependent upon breakout selection.


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Conference Materials

Conference reference materials are distributed to registrants electronically in advance of the program. There will not be printed material available on site. This fully searchable PDF includes speaker presentations and is intended for electronic use only.

Objectives

  • Learn about the changes issued in the recent Accounting Standards Update
  • Explore the latest information on revenue recognition and leases
  • Examine the Single Audit from both the auditor and auditee perspective
  • Understand issues related to 990T and UBIT
  • Learn how to detect and investigate fraud in not-for-profits

Major Topics

  • COSO Internal Controls
  • Single Audit
  • Grants
  • Peer Review
  • FASB Updates
  • Data Security
  • Fraud
  • 990T and UBIT
  • Revenue Recognition/Leases

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