Obtain the practical skills in financial and accounting management your organization needs while growing your opportunities within the sector. This series provides the training essential for any finance or accounting staffer new to the role or the sector, as well as any nonprofit professional or volunteer looking to understand financial reporting and statements.
Looking to take your skills to the next level? Check out the Certificate of Nonprofit Accounting and Finance Operations.
Learn the essentials of nonprofit accounting, featuring real nonprofit examples and reports for a practical understanding of the jargon, accounting rules, roles and responsibilities, and procedures and policies. Topics include Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), accrual vs. cash basis accounting, revenue, deferred revenue, and receivables. Formerly ACCT 200. Learn more.
September 13, 2023
Go deeper into nonprofit accounting, exploring concepts like the chart of accounts, functional classification, grant classification, functional allocation of expenses, fixed assets, and net assets. Formerly ACCT 205. Learn more.
September 20, 2023
Learn how the three primary financial reports – balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows – interrelate, as well as how your operational decisions impact them, how they differ from those produced at for-profit organizations, and more. Formerly ACCT 210. Learn more.
September 27, 2023
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