Liquidity is more than just an obscure accounting metric; it’s a crucial measure of the availability and flexibility of nonprofit operating funds. During this webinar, learn more about ASU 2016-14 and its minimum requirements for displaying this measure in audited statements. Learn how nonprofits can work to shape their liquidity story by putting policies and practices in place that ensure they have the right kind of funds to meet their operating needs.
Liquidity. Nonprofit operating funds.
CPAs and accountants working in the nonprofit arena.
Learn more about ASU 2016-14 and its minimum requirements for displaying this measure in audited statements. Learn how nonprofits can work to shape their liquidity story.
This event is part of the following bundles:
Prix Fixe CPE Series Bundle 2022-23
Multiple Events Between Friday, October 7 - Friday, May 19
Up to 9.0 Credits
Heather L. Fitzpatrick, CPA, CGMA, is the president and CEO of Wellspring Family Services, a nonprofit health and human service organization that has been serving families in crisis in our region since 1892. Wellspring is focused on preventing and ending family homelessness through five primary programs: delivering employee assistance through Wellspring EAP, providing counseling services to help families address crises through Wellspring Counseling Services, assisting families to retain or regain stable housing through Wellspring Housing Services, defraying expenses by supplying new and gently-used clothing, toiletries and other supplies for children birth to 18 years old at the Wellspring Family Store, and preparing young children who have experienced the trauma of homelessness for academic success in the Wellspring Early Learning Center. Heather has served on a dozen boards, including the WSCPA Board of Directors, which she chaired from 2014 to 2015.
Non-Member Price $60.00
Member Price $40.00