November 16, 2016
For the fifth topic of the six part series GRF audit partners Jennifer Arminger and Robert Albrecht focused on the most common management letter findings for non-profit organizations that result from an annual financial statement audit and how to properly prepare for an audit, to minimize the risk of findings. They focused on the issues that occur for both federally and non-federally funded tax-exempt entities.
Additional Program Details
Learning Objective: To better understand common deficiencies identified as a result of audit procedures within the nonprofit industry, and how to prevent such findings through proper audit preparations.
Instructional Delivery Methods: Group-Live; Group Internet-based
Recommended CPE: 1.5 CPE
Recommended Fields of Study: Accounting & Audit
Prerequisites: None Required
Advance Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Course Registration Requirements: None
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