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There is a key difference between for-profit and non-for-profit standards: it is the concept of fund accounting. The concept of fund accounting focuses on accountability and stewardship rather than profitability. For-profit entities have a general ledger, which is a single self-balancing account — while nonprofits typically have a number of general ledgers, or funds.
This accounting framework enables not-for-profit organizations to separate resources into different accounts to identify individual sources of funds and their usage. Further, nonprofit organizations receive many benefits as tax-exempt organizations, they must keep detailed records about contributions, assets, and expenses.
Given this background, it is imperative to understand that Not-for-Profit organizations present a unique set of accounting and governance issues. This webinar will focus on the following topics of fundamentals of NFP organizations:
This webinar would be double the value if you had already attended Revenue Recognition for NFP Organizations from the speaker.
Lucas is a Texas Society of CPAs Rising Star Award-winning experienced auditor, director, board member, manager, and publisher with more than 15 years of leadership experience in external audit and internal audit with an emphasis on risk-based (COSO) audit approaches. His responsibilities include the oversight and management of a department of more than 30 professionals (budget monitoring, analysis metrics, recruiting/retention, coaching, mentoring); partnering with clients with assets in excess of $150MM+ to identify, analyze, and mitigate financial and industry risks to their strategic plan; planning and execution of multiple, large-scale, simultaneous projects; and development and implementation of numerous accounting and finance presentations to external clients, committees, and boards as well as to local, state, and national audiences about accounting industry developments.
For more than 69 years, Lane Gorman Trubitt, LLC (LGT) has served the Southwest region from its location in Uptown Dallas. The firm is comprised of more than 110 team members who have a variety of professional skills and industry specialization; yet, they all share the same passion to support and grow local businesses with tax, assurance and consulting work.
In addition to the professional services they provide, LGT hosts multiple educational events a year to provide an advantage to their local community members by helping them remain aware of the continuous adjustments affecting businesses.
To provide wealth strategies to our valued clients, LGT has two affiliated companies - LGT Financial Advisors LLC and LGT Insurance Services, Inc.
Credentials. LGT is licensed by the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
Quality Assurance. The AICPA Division for CPA Firms sponsors a program of peer (quality) review. This program is designed to give the public confidence in the quality of a firm’s audit and accounting procedures. LGT has participated in this voluntary quality control review program every three years since 1978, and all of our peer review reports have been unqualified.
Philanthropic Efforts. Our team members have made it a point to give back to the community. To that end, we participate in more than 20 not-for-profit organizations from volunteer efforts and charitable donations to Board membership. We actively support a number of other charities and foundations within our community
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