Nonprofit GAAP – What you need to know about Related Parties and Consolidation

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Title Nonprofit GAAP – What you need to know about Related Parties and Consolidation
Date Thursday, January 21, 2021
Time 11:00 am – 12:30 pm (Eastern Time)
Course Description We’ll walk through the accounting, presentation and disclosure requirements for related party transactions, transaction between entities under common control and affiliate entities.
Instructor Bio: Mark Robins, CPA

• Partner, Assurance Services at Aronson LLC

• Over 10 years of experience in public accounting

• Specialize in nonprofit financial reporting and auditing

• Conducts regular seminars and workshops internally and externally on various topics in accounting and auditing

• Member of the AICPA

• B.S. degree in accounting, California State University Northridge

Level Beginner to intermediate
CPE (NASBA Category) Accounting – Technical
CAE (Field of Study) Administration
Prerequisites 1-year of nonprofit accounting experience in public or private industry.
Reviewer Wade Tetsuka, CPA


Delivery  Group live presented online due to COVID-19
CPE/CAE Credits 1.5
Cost: Free
Learning Objectives You will be able to:

  • understand the difference between related parties and affiliates under GAAP.
  • discuss presentation and disclosure requirements.
  • explain when other entities are consolidating in accordance with GAAP.
  • account for transactions between entity under common control.

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