Join CSH for a free interactive lunch and learn where we will dive into understanding revenue recognition for not-for-profit organizations. We will cover when a transaction should be considered an exchange transaction rather than a contribution, as well as when to record those contributions with conditions vs. restrictions. This is a great opportunity for fundraising and development personnel, as well as organization leaders. At this free event, Tamara Johnson Avery and Brittany Bischoff will be ready to answer your questions and provide examples with specific guidance on how to apply this complex topic. Learning Objectives:
• Understand the primary changes related to ASU 2018-08 Contribution Accounting
• Determining contribution vs. exchange transactions
• Identifying donor conditions vs. restrictions
Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit.
Field of study: Accounting
Advance preparation: None
Program level: Overview
Delivery method: Group Live
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