GHJ’s 2024 Nonprofit Accounting and Tax Update

GHJ’s 2024 Nonprofit Accounting and Tax Update was an exclusive webinar designed to provide nonprofit leaders with crucial insights into recent accounting and tax developments. Our expert panel addressed frequently asked questions on cybersecurity and investment in technology that many nonprofit leaders are contemplating, as well as dived into other common grant and contribution revenue recognition challenges impacting the nonprofit sector today.

Discussion highlights included:

  • Recent Accounting and Tax Updates: Key changes in accounting standards, including credit loss and cryptocurrency standards, and tax updates like energy and solar credits, as well as the latest guidance on donor-advised funds.
  • Revenue Recognition Challenges: Insights into complex grant and contribution agreements and arrangements with donor-advised funds, with real-life examples.
  • Technology and Cybersecurity: Overview of common threats and recommended technology investments for nonprofits.

If you missed this opportunity to stay informed and enhance your organization's financial and operational effectiveness, see the slides and recording below.

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Learning Objectives
  • Identify industry and regulatory developments affecting not-for-profit organizations
  • Determine the accounting issues affecting nonprofit financial reporting
  • Identify the latest not-for-profit accounting concerns and developments
Delivery MethodGroup Internet Based
CPE Credits1*
*In order to be awarded CPE credit, you must respond to three polling questions asked during the program.
Field of StudyAccounting
Program LevelBasic
Advance PreparationNone

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