About this webinar
In the coming months, not-for-profit organizations will be faced with new standards of revenue recognition and financial statement reporting. Are you properly preparing for these changes and positioning your not-for-profit organization for success?
In this free two-part webinar, Ellin & Tucker’s Jessica Kuhn, David Schriver and Michael Strauss will talk us through what not-for-profit organizations need to know and how to prepare for the changes coming to both revenue recognition standards and financial statement presentations.
If you plan to attend both sessions you'll need to register for each session individually. Click here to register for part one: Not For Profit Reporting Changes: Part One
PART ONE: Revenue Recognition Changes for Not-for-Profit Organizations
DETAILS: In this session, we will discuss how the revenue recognition standards will affect your not-for-profit organization by breaking down the standard into easy to understand language. We will address the various types of revenue streams that are common for not-for-profit organizations. In addition, we will discuss FASB’s recent clarification on distinguishing grants and other contracts between a contribution and an exchange transaction.
PART TWO: Financial Reporting Changes for Not-for-Profit Organizations
DETAILS: In this session, we will discuss the key changes to the financial statement presentation, as well as what you need to do to prepare your organization for these changes. We will highlight the new disclosure requirements on liquidity and availability of financial assets and provide guidance on preparing the new disclosure for your organization. We will also provide several examples of the new financial reporting changes and disclosure requirements.
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Michael is a Director at Ellin & Tucker with significant expertise in providing audit, financial reporting, review and management advisory services to private charitable organizations and foundations, schools, as well as those organizations receiving federal and state funding.
David is a Director at Ellin & Tucker with more than two decades of nonprofit audit, accounting, tax and management advisory services expertise. His familiarity with budgeting, cash flow analysis, strategic planning and risk management is a rare set of skills few other accountants can match.
Jessica is a Manager at Ellin & Tucker and has been performing audit, financial reporting and advisory services for a decade. Her knowledge of nonprofit reporting standards, including OMB Uniform Grant Guidance audits, has helped grow the firm’s nonprofit practice in Greater Baltimore.