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by Warren Ruppel


Always practical and never overtechnical, this helpful guide conforms to FASB and AICPA standards and

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A practical, introductory guide to the fundamentals of not-for-profit accounting Not-for-Profit Accounting Made Easy focuses on accounting fundamentals for those who run financial and accounting operations in not-for-profit organizations but do not have a professional understanding of accounting principles and financial reporting. It explains complex accounting rules in terms nonaccountants can easily understand in order to help them better fulfill their managerial and fiduciary duties. Always practical and never overtechnical, this helpful guide conforms to FASB and AICPA standards and: * Shows how to read and understand a not-for-profit financial statement * Explains financial accounting and reporting standards * Helps managers and other nonaccountants become conversant in the rules and principles of accounting * Updates board members, executive directors, and other senior managers on the accounting basics they should know for day-to-day operations * Features tables, exhibits, and charts that illustrate the content in a simple and easy-to-understand manner Suitable for fundraising managers and executives-as well as anyone who needs to read and understand a not-for-profit financial statement-this is the ultimate not-an-accountant's guide to not-for-profit accounting.

Not-for-Profit Accounting Made Easy epub download

ISBN13: 978-0471206798

ISBN: 0471206792

Author: Warren Ruppel

Category: Business and Money

Subcategory: Small Business & Entrepreneurship

Language: English

Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (March 21, 2002)

Pages: 256 pages

ePUB size: 1996 kb

FB2 size: 1686 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 959

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Xaluenk
With 3.9 GPA, “A’s” in accounting and financial accounting, I would have switched to quantum physics if a professor assigned this book as text. The information is correct, but the dense writing and text style are guaranteed sleep aid. I do wish I had a modern text to recommend.
Xaluenk
With 3.9 GPA, “A’s” in accounting and financial accounting, I would have switched to quantum physics if a professor assigned this book as text. The information is correct, but the dense writing and text style are guaranteed sleep aid. I do wish I had a modern text to recommend.
Ndav
The differences between GAAP and GAAP with application of FASB 116 and 117 are provided with over 75% of the book used for this purpose. Bookkeeping experience is necessary, and some accounting is also required to understand these differences. Good information for churches and a must for all IRS Form 1024 not-for-profit board members. Those serving on such boards need this and some accounting primers to fulfill their responsibilities. IRS Form 1023 churches are currently exempt from the 990 filing but should seriously consider adopting the FASB 116 and 117 recommendations indicated in this book. Financial institutions providing funding of any type to not-for-profit entities will be looking for financial statements that include the not-for-profit rules of FASB 116 and 117. Rated five stars for those with accounting backgrounds and involved in financial areas of not-for-profit 501(c)(3) 1023 and 1024 organizations.
Ndav
The differences between GAAP and GAAP with application of FASB 116 and 117 are provided with over 75% of the book used for this purpose. Bookkeeping experience is necessary, and some accounting is also required to understand these differences. Good information for churches and a must for all IRS Form 1024 not-for-profit board members. Those serving on such boards need this and some accounting primers to fulfill their responsibilities. IRS Form 1023 churches are currently exempt from the 990 filing but should seriously consider adopting the FASB 116 and 117 recommendations indicated in this book. Financial institutions providing funding of any type to not-for-profit entities will be looking for financial statements that include the not-for-profit rules of FASB 116 and 117. Rated five stars for those with accounting backgrounds and involved in financial areas of not-for-profit 501(c)(3) 1023 and 1024 organizations.
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Kesalard
I purchased this book in to prepare myself for a change of career, hopefully moving from the for-profit to the not-for-profit world. Having worked as an accountant for many years, this book was challenging but useful. I would definitely NOT recommend it for the neophyte in the accounting world.

One of my pet peeves is books which have numerous typos. Having read the second edition of this book, I found way too many typos to be acceptable. This forces the reader to try to figure out what the author is trying to say rather than trying to grasp the content of the book. This is truly distracting and unnecessary.
Kesalard
I purchased this book in to prepare myself for a change of career, hopefully moving from the for-profit to the not-for-profit world. Having worked as an accountant for many years, this book was challenging but useful. I would definitely NOT recommend it for the neophyte in the accounting world.

One of my pet peeves is books which have numerous typos. Having read the second edition of this book, I found way too many typos to be acceptable. This forces the reader to try to figure out what the author is trying to say rather than trying to grasp the content of the book. This is truly distracting and unnecessary.
Xisyaco
I have looked at a number of books on the subject and this one comes the closest yet to having the kind of information I am looking for. The basic problem is that all these books think that you have a full time accounting staff. I have a degree in accounting and a MBA so I know something. For the small non profit what these books all say to do is unreasonable. The average board member has difficulty understanding a simple P & L.
Xisyaco
I have looked at a number of books on the subject and this one comes the closest yet to having the kind of information I am looking for. The basic problem is that all these books think that you have a full time accounting staff. I have a degree in accounting and a MBA so I know something. For the small non profit what these books all say to do is unreasonable. The average board member has difficulty understanding a simple P & L.
Irostamore
Good coverage for the beginner.
Irostamore
Good coverage for the beginner.
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This is an overall good product. There is an abundance of practice questions to choose from, and the software explains why the answer is correct. However, in the exam mode, the software only tells you if the question is wrong, and does not explain why.
I still haven't finish reading it... it is too technical and boring... I would'nt recoment this book to anyone... Sorry!
I still haven't finish reading it... it is too technical and boring... I would'nt recoment this book to anyone... Sorry!