Ellin & Tucker, the mid-Atlantic’s leading public accounting and business consulting firm, recently presented the firm’s first-ever not-for-profit two-part webinar series to listeners from across the not-for-profit sector. The purpose of these webinars was to provide guidance to not-for-profit leaders on preparing for changes coming to both revenue recognition standards and financial statement presentations. Leading the seminars were experts from the firm’s audit, accounting, and consulting department including Jessica Kuhn, manager, and directors David Schriver and Michael Strauss. Both webinars were provided free of charge, and are now available on-demand for all sectors of the nonprofit world.
Part One of the series focused on revenue recognition standards and how they will affect not-for-profit organizations going forward. Part Two focused on financial statement presentation, the key changes and what not-for-profit organizations can do to prepare. If you missed either or both of the webinars, click below to register to watch them on-demand.
- Part One: Revenue Recognition for Not-for-Profit Organizations
- Part Two: Not-for-Profit Financial Reporting Changes
About Ellin & Tucker
Founded in 1946, Ellin & Tucker is a leading CPA firm headquartered in Baltimore, Md. that specializes in accounting, auditing, consulting, forensics and valuation and tax services. As the fifth largest accounting firm in Greater Baltimore, Ellin & Tucker employs more than 120 people in offices across Baltimore City, Belcamp, Frederick and Washington D.C. and serves national and international clients through its affiliation with DFK International/USA, a top 10 international association of independent, full-service accounting firms and business advisors in major geographic and economic centers throughout the U.S. and around the world.