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Mastering the latest regulatory and governmental changes is essential for not-for-profit organizations. Receive updates from experts in the field to learn how your organization can operate efficiently and effectively, making the most of limited resources. Discuss how to optimize your core strategies and refine your planning so that the organization you serve can navigate with confidence.Alternate Attendance Option:Live Stream (LS13032)Download the Brochure (PDF) >
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Event ID: #13032
CPE: 8.0 credits
Total Price: $340.00
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Receive updates from experts in the field to learn how your organization can operate efficiently and effectively, making the most of limited resources. Discuss how to optimize your core strategies and refine your planning so that the organization you serve can navigate with confidence.TOPICS> Not-for-Profits in a Post-Pandemic World> Best Practices in Remote Auditing (A&A)> Employment Retention Credit for Not-for-Profit: PPP and ERC Interplay > Endowment Accounting and Disclosure (A&A)> Leases: Deeper Dive Into Topic 842 (A&A)> FASB Update (A&A)> Stay Out of the Headlines: Keep Your Not-for-Profit Safe from Fraud> Not-for-Profit Technology UpdateMATERIALSThis conference is a paperless conference and all materials will be available electronically as PDFs. Materials will be available for download in advance and participants will receive an email when they are available. For more information about eMaterials, visit ematerials.gscpa.org.
Aileen K. Bolger, CPA
Carr, Riggs, & Ingram, LLC
Karen K. Grosvenor, CPA
Carr, Riggs, & Ingram, LLC
During the pandemic, not-for-profits showed resiliency in serving their communities. Many of their changes have permanently impacted programming, fundraising and the workforce. Examine organizations that have successfully adapted and shifted strategies.
Jennifer Louis, CPA
Emergent Solutions Group
Receive practical tips and techniques for successfully completing audits in a remote working environment, including best practices for remote client inquiry and virtual team supervision.
Jeffrey T. Fucito, CPA
Mauldin & Jenkins CPAs LLC
Aleisa K. Howell, CPA
Mauldin & Jenkins CPAs LLC
Discuss common questions about the Employment Retention Credit pertaining to not-for-profit organizations with PPP funding.
Address the common issues faced in the fair presentation of temporary and permanent endowments, including properly addressing underwater endowments on the face of financial statements and related disclosures.
Jeffrey J. Gabello
Financial Accounting Standards Board
FASB’s new leases standard is upon us all. Prepare you to survive (and maybe even thrive) when entering the “Brave New World” of on-balance sheet operating leases through a deep dive into Topic 842, exploring some of the more critical areas, and covering some FAQs. The focus is primarily on lessee accounting.
Discuss developments in U.S. GAAP that are important for not-for-profits. Focus primarily on the FASB’s new standard (ASU 2020-07) on reporting gifts-in-kind (contributed nonfinancial assets), effective for FY 2022. We’ll also discuss implementation matters on grants and contracts, leases, credit losses, FASB projects-in-process and the efforts underway by the FASB to set its future agenda, including feedback on the Invitation to Comment issued in June 2021.
Patricia Salem, CPA
IAG Forensics & Valuation
Your organization has been entrusted with funds from donors, public tax dollars and other sources. Are you doing enough to ensure that those funds are used only for specified purposes? Discuss various cases in which a not-for-profit was concerned that it may have been a victim of fraud. Explore what happened, how it happened and what could have been done to prevent the fraud or the perception of fraud.
Thomas G. Stephens Jr, CPA, CITP, CGM
The speed of technology change has been accelerating. But unfortunately, we can’t keep up, and we don’t know what to do about it. Receive insights, choices and recommendations to help you decide how rapidly to move, which technologies will affect your business, and how to separate sales pitches from innovative ideas. Explore emerging and evolving technologies important to not-for-profit accounting professionals. Cover the benefits and risks of adopting new technologies from software applications to hardware devices.
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There is no charge for parking when visiting the GSCPA Learning Center and offices. Please do not park in the reserved spaces or those areas designated “Short-term Visitor Parking.” Cars are subject to towing if left in these areas.
Parking is also free at most off-site course locations.
NEW PARKING POLICY:
GSCPA would like to thank you for your continued patience while we transition to a new parking procedure implemented by building administration. We have listed helpful information below for your convenience.
Concourse Parking Garage Directions
GSCPA has designated parking on the top floor (the 9th and 10th level) of the parking deck for all seminar and conference guests attending a course at the GSCPA Learning Center. Directions to elevator and staircase access points are listed as follows:
Elevator Access - Follow signs up to level 9 and make an immediate right at the uncovered floor opening to find parking by the elevators labeled 9 East Elevators (the station is marked in blue). Take the elevator down to the main level (Level 3). Make a left from the elevators and follow covered walkway signs to the Concourse 6 building.
Stairway Access - Follow signs up to level 10 and look for stairway entrance marked in blue and labeled 10. You can reach the elevators from this floor by taking the stairs down one flight and entering the elevators from level 9. Take the stairs/elevators down to the main level (level 3) and follow signs to Concourse 6 building.
The parking deck is located directly across from the GSCPA Learning Center in the Concourse 6/King Building, Suite 800.
Parking in undesignated areas, reserved spots or 2-hour visitor parking will result in your vehicle being booted.
*GSCPA is not liable for booting fees due to failure to follow instructions or breaking parking policies*
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