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Webinar on Sept. 24: Implementing IAS 2 – Inventories

Accounting for inventory can be complicated, particularly when determining the cost to be recognized as an asset and carried forward until the related revenues are recognized. IAS 2 Inventories prescribes guidance for how companies subject to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) can navigate cost determination and revenue recognition for inventory assets. In this webinar, Marco […]

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Not-for-Profit Accounting and Federal Grant Update — Webinar on April 30

If you are an auditor or are responsible for the federal reporting at a not-for-profit organization then you should not miss this course that will provide an update regarding accounting and auditing standards that most commonly impact not-for-profit and educational organizations. In addition, we will provide details regarding final changes related to the OMB Cost […]

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Major Changes in Federal Reporting for Nonprofit Organizations! Webinar on Jan. 30

Mayer Hoffman McCann would like to invite our clients and friends in the not-for-profit sector to our free webinar course detailing changes to federal reporting and the overhaul of the Single Audit Data Collection Form (DCF). If you are an auditor or are responsible for the federal reporting at a not-for-profit organization then you should […]

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MHM Webinar on Jan. 17: Get Ready for Major Changes in Federal Reporting for Nonprofit Organizations!

Mayer Hoffman McCann would like to invite our clients and friends in the not-for-profit sector to our free webinar course detailing changes to federal reporting and the overhaul of the Single Audit Data Collection Form (DCF). If you are an auditor or are responsible for the federal reporting at a not-for-profit organization then you should […]

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Will Private Companies Soon See a Simpler Accounting Framework?

Learn More During MHM’s Free Webinar on July 16 Last fall, the Private Company Council (PCC) was established by the Financial Accounting Foundation to explore a more relevant and less complex accounting framework for private companies. The Council has also discussed a number of areas of accounting that may involve unnecessary costs and complexities for […]

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