Financial statements are only as good as the information and trends that they produce for operational, strategic, or compliance purposes. This course will provide insights into how to determine the strength and efficiency of nonprofits in achieving objectives.
Anyone responsible for the preparation of, analysis of, or attest upon non-profit financial statements
CPAs in public accounting, and nonprofit industry accountants, management and governance
- Describe the most common financial statement analytics used to interpret the financial results of a nonprofit
- Understand the use of analytics for monitoring progress towards entity objectives
- Explaining the usefulness of analyzing diverse trends and ratios in a nonprofit environment to meet the needs of various financial statement users
- Common ratios and trends to assess liquidity, operating efficiency, leverage, and more