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The Not-for-Profit Entities – Audit and Accounting Set offers a full year of unlimited access to a complete suite of AICPA’s not-for-profit information and authoritative guidance. With this online subscription, you’ll have the latest, most up-to-date content at a significant savings off the price when purchased individually. The Set includes:
Our Guide provides assistance in the unique preparation, auditing, accounting and reporting of financial statements for not-for-profit entities. All content is reviewed by industry experts and approved by the appropriate AICPA senior technical committees.
Developed to present issues that auditors may face in their current audits, this Alert focuses on emerging practice issues and current economic, accounting and auditing developments in the not-for-profit area. Stay informed via targeted discussion of new developments and considerations, as well as a look at what’s in the pipeline that may affect your engagements.
This essential practice aid saves you research hours and reduces the risk of noncompliance, providing guidance and direction to not-for-profit entities and identifying the applicable reporting requirements that you need to know and apply.
The tool of choice for financial reporting accuracy, this practice aid has an unmatched legacy of innovation and practical application. Filled with current reporting techniques and methods, this must-have product provides illustrative presentation and disclosure examples from actual financial statements.
The Not-for-Profit Entities – Audit and Accounting Set includes content updates and unlimited online access for 1 year.
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