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The Not-For-Profit Certificate II Program offers intermediate training on how to apply core concepts in not-for-profit (NFP) accounting and financial reporting, governance and assurance, and tax compliance to the unique financial needs of a not-for-profit entity. 

This program is perfect for: 

  • CPA firms looking for higher-level application and strategy training for staff members 
  • Nonprofit financial professionals seeking to deepen their knowledge 
  • Professionals in public practice seeking to acquire and retain NFP clients by demonstrating proof of proficiency and commitment to serving the industry 
  • Individuals who want to expand their skill set and build their resume, including deepening their knowledge of NFP-specific financial accounting concepts and the latest changes to GAAP 
  • Delivered through an award-winning on-demand e-learning interface, this self-paced course was developed to appeal to all learning styles and levels using audio, video, and hands-on skills practice
  • Successfully prepare not-for-profit financial statements in accordance with GAAP, including implementation of FASB Accounting Standards

Updates likely to be effective for most nonprofits next financial reporting periods 

  • Complete a core IRS Form 990 
  • Build complex budgets 
  • Guide the strategic planning process

Learning objectives: 

  • Prepare a complete set of NFP financial statements, the core IRS Form 990 and supplemental materials, a budget, and a strategic plan 
  • Analyze financial statements to assess the financial health of an NFP 
  • Evaluate facts and circumstances to determine whether a tax-exempt organization has reporting requirements or a tax liability for unrelated business income tax (UBIT) 
  • Apply techniques to effectively steward an NFP's resources to achieve mission success, including performance measurement, risk assessment and response strategies, benchmarking, cash flow management, and forecasting 
  • Identify a process to assess, design, implement, and monitor internal controls

You do not need to be a CPA to earn this Certificate. You will have 2 years to complete it.

AICPA is the sponsor of record for an digital badges earned. OSCPA does not maintain or award AICPA digital badges.

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