This 10-session certificate program provides training in nonprofit financial accounting and management concepts and principles, as well as the many reporting requirements for individuals who work in or with nonprofit organizations. The program covers a wide range of nonprofit accounting, financial and regulatory concepts specific to the operations of nonprofit organizations.
Upon completion of this program, participants will learn:
NFP (nonprofit) formation and applying for tax exemption
Unique characteristics and terminology of nonprofit organizations
Board fiduciary responsibilities and compliance with NP revitalization act
Accounting system and control environment
How to classify and record grants and restricted contributions
How to read and understand nonprofit financial statements and form 990
Proper and effective budgeting techniques
Handling a financial, regulatory or compliance audit
nonprofit formation and applying for tax exemption
nonprofit accounting systems and control environment
nonprofit financial management and board responsibilities
nonprofit GAAP and Key elements of nonprofit financial statements
Recently approved changes to nonprofit GAAP by FASB
Employee/Independent Contractor Classification
Annual Returns (990, CHAR500, etc.)
Financial, Government and Regulatory Audits
Program Dates (Face to Face and Online): Tuesdays, 6-8pm
September 29 - December 1, 2020 (ten sessions)
This program is offered online (syncrhonous) and also face to face.
Face to face to location: This program is offered in midtown Manhattan: 247 West 36th Streetand facilitated by Laurence Scot, MBA, CPA
For online: you are required to have a laptop, pc or ipad and a stable internet connection to connect to the class.
Includes: Certificate of attendance and all class materials