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Not-for-Profit Certificate I

CPE

CPE Credits
24-A&A; 8-Other; 8-Tax

Details

 Pricing

PICPA Member: $799 | Nonmember: $999


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Course No.
165160
Level
Basic
Note

You cannot use your ClassPass, Flex Account, Value Pass Plus, or Mini ClassPass to register for this certificate program.

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Description

 

Understand the concepts of accounting and financial reporting, tax compliance, governance, and assurance. Recognize the GAAP reporting standards that apply to not-for-profits and identify basic financial statement presentation and disclosure requirements. Identify the basic state and federal filing requirements of an exempt organization Plan a successful audit engagement and identify key auditing considerations and client communications.

Highlights

  • Introduction to Not-for-Profit Entities
  • Accounting and Financial Reporting
  • Tax Compliance
  • Governance and Assurance

Who will benefit from this certificate?

  • CPAs, financial professionals, and not-for-profit staff and board members looking to deepen their existing knowledge of not-for-profit financial responsibility, and set themselves apart as a leader in this field.

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