Opera Conference 2014: Audiences Reimagined

Finance & Administration Presentation: Not-for-Profit Audit Update
FASB's not-for-profit advisory committee has made several recommendations to changes in not-for-profit accounting, including merging the three existing net asset classes into just two: those with donor restrictions and those without. On top of this, recent changes in audit disclosures and proposed changes to lease accounting and revenue recognition could have major impacts on both for-profit and nonprofit entities. Hear directly from PAUL O’GRADY and MONIKA PELZ, partners at Armanino, San Francisco Opera’s auditing firm, about changes to GAAP and audit requirements that might impact your future financial statements.

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PAUL O'GRADY, partner, assurance services, Armanino, LLP




MONIKA PELZ, partner, audit practice, Armanino, LLP
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