T&T Audit Partner, Doug Boedeker will be presenting a session on applying the FASB’s new revenue recognition standard at the Nonprofit Finance & Accounting Summit on September
T&T Audit Partner, Doug Boedeker will be presenting a session on applying the FASB’s new revenue recognition standard at the Nonprofit Finance & Accounting Summit on September 12th.
Are We Ready for Revenue Recognition?
September 12, 2018
10:30 am – 11:30 am
After much waiting, the FASB’s revenue recognition standard will be effective for most not-for-profits beginning in 2019. With the implementation date fast approaching, Associations are beginning to wrestle with potential changes mandated by the new standard. In particular, the recognition of revenue related to membership dues and other bundled services may need to be revised. In this session, we’ll work through several scenarios in order to give participants a practical understanding of how to apply the new standard in the real world. Attend this session, and you’ll be ready to implement revenue recognition in a cost-effective manner!
The Nonprofit Finance & Accounting Summit is a comprehensive two-day training summit that brings together nonprofit finance and operations executives, as well as top experts in the nonprofit finance community to share today’s best success strategies in key aspects of association and nonprofit financial management.
The full conference schedule and details can be found on the event website.
12 (Wednesday) 8:00 am - 13 (Thursday) 4:00 pm
National Housing Center
1201 15th Street, NW, Washington DC 20005
Speakers for this event
Doug Boedeker is a partner within the Tate & Tryon's Audit and Assurance Services practice. In this capacity he provides an array of audit, tax, and consulting services to a variety of nonprofit organizations and employee benefit plans. He takes particular pride that his family has contained at least one CPA every year since 1923. Doug graduated summa cum laude from Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting while simultaneously completing the coursework for a second major in arts administration.