If you are looking to deepen your expertise in an effort to better serve your nonprofit and church clients, this webinar is for you. It is ideal for professional accountants who are interested in broadening their services by offering church and nonprofit accounting services.
- Understand basic fund accounting principles, and how they support the core values and objectives of nonprofits and church clients
- Create common structures for chart of accounts for nonprofits and churches, and understand customization options
- Understand specialized nonprofit financial reporting, including generating a Form 990 report
- Review how to use a fund accounting software to accomplish common nonprofit or church tasks, including tracking Gusto payroll, housing allowances, and tax payments
Instructor: Alex Acree, Head of Customer Services of Aplos Software
Standards For CPE Program Presentation
Instructional delivery methods: Group Internet Based
Field of Study Category: Computer Software & App
CPE Credit: 1 credit
Program level: Basic
Advance preparation: None required
Program Content Updated: 4/1/18
CPE Credit Eligibility Statement
Our webinars follow the state board requirements for continuing education credit. Aplos Software is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. Please check with your State Board, which has final authority on the approval of individual courses for CPE credit. You can submit complaints regarding registered sponsors to the National Registry of the CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.
Requirements For CPE Credit
Continuing education credits for webinars delivered in real-time can only be awarded to participants who have registered for and are logged in to the webinar as themselves, participated during the webinar, and submitted the evaluation form upon webinar completion.
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