Understanding Nonprofit Financial Reporting
With corporate accounting practices drawing more and more scrutiny, it is increasingly important for nonprofit managers and board members to become familiar with financial reports and understand how they reflect the viability of an organization. Take the initiative for your nonprofit organization by becoming familiar with financial statements and learning how to use them, while exploring the nuances and implications of financial reporting. The course work addresses legal and accounting implications for nonprofit organizations, including government entities, universities, schools and colleges, healthcare providers, and other social service programs.
Note: Effective January 2021, full participation in Understanding Nonprofit Financial Reporting is applicable for 8 points in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.
You'll Walk Away with
- An understanding of nonprofit financial reports
- Knowledge of legal and accounting implications for nonprofit organizations
- Nonprofit managers
- Nonprofit volunteers