In the past few years, the Financial Accounting Standards Board released several new standards that affect nonprofit entities. A few of them are large and in-charge, and effective for fiscal year-ends in 2018 and 2019. Here we’ll discuss briefly the first standard that’s come due, ASU 2016-14, Presentation of Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit Entities. This […]
Authenticity and transparency are two values that we want to strive to exhibit in all that we do. We believe posting our goals so that our friends and clients can see them, and keep us accountable to them, is one way to stick to those values.
Giving Tuesday is one of the best days of the year because it allows us to show our support for the causes and organizations we care about. Non-profit organizations work tirelessly year-round to fill the gaps and provide people (and animals!) with the support and love they need. Humanity’s best manifests itself in these organizations, […]
Get to know Ashley Dodson, CPA, whose favorite thing about being a CPA is the nonprofit organizations she gets to work with. 1. What is your role? I am the owner of Ashley Dodson, CPA, and I specialize in helping nonprofit and governmental clients. Throughout my years in public accounting I have been able to […]
Better late than never, right? The podcast assigned for week 2’s discussion post was Thriveal Podcast episode # 83, “Accountants are Heroes ft. Jacob Soll”. I assigned this cast because 1) Who really knows how accounting began?, and 2) I believe it’s important for students to know that what we do as accountants matters more than just being […]
This Fall semester I am teaching a class of Intermediate Accounting, and as part of the weekly assignments students are required to listen to a podcast or read articles and then post a discussion relating to questions I’ve posed. I’ve realized this is also a good opportunity to share the awesome podcasts I’ve been listening […]