By Carl Blankschaen, CPA
Audit and Assurance Senior
If you are one of the countless professionals serving a non-profit institution, you have no doubt heard the buzz surrounding financial reporting and how all non-profit organizations will now have to make an adjustment in the way in which they report.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) recently issued their exposure draft on Presentation of Financial Statements for Not-for-Profit Entities. This exposure draft will make drastic changes to the financial statements of all Non-Profit organizations, and will consequently require changes in the recording of accounting information throughout the year in order to prepare the financial statements at the end of the year. What does all this industry talk mean for your non-profit?