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Financial Liquidity

Back by popular demand: Join the nonprofit experts at Mauldin & Jenkins for a timely refresher on liquidity and recent FASB changes.

In recent years, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has adopted new and revised standards for nonprofit organizations’ financial statements, in order to provide information that is more useful to donors, grantors, and other stakeholders.

In this live webinar event, Aleisa Howell and Chris Fields of Mauldin & Jenkins, an accounting firm that specializes in working with nonprofits, will review FASB standards updates, how they affect your organization, and what you will need to do differently in tracking and reporting.

Aleisa and Chris will also define liquidity, provide  tools and measures for liquidity, then describe what your auditor will be looking for, discuss real-world examples, and give you the opportunity to ask questions.

This webinar will ensure that you understand what’s required in your financial statements and reporting going forward, thanks to the generosity of Mauldin & Jenkins.

KEY CONCEPTS 

  • What is liquidity? How is liquidity used, and why is it important?
  • Optimal measures for liquidity
  • Examples of effective internal tools to report ongoing liquidity to stakeholders

AUDIENCE 

Executive Directors, Development Staff, and Finance/Accounting Staff.

PRESENTERS

Aleisa Howell
Chris Fields

 
 

Program Stats:

Date

December 8, 2020

Time

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST

Address

Online Event
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Registration Details

Fees
Free Community Event


December 8, 2020