Nonprofit Accounting Course

Nonprofit accounting course for raising trust and funding.

Nonprofit Accounting Skills

This online course covers fundamental nonprofit accounting principles to increase funding and avoid costly errors. Includes: lessons, videos, quizzes, activities, handouts and certificate of completion. Helps prepare for accreditation exams and on-the-job skill training.

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Accounting

Covers core nonprofit accounting methods required to demonstrate accountability.

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Transparency

Increase funding by becoming more transparent and accountable to funding sources.

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Stewardship

Learn how to maintain proper stewardship of donor funds.

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Compliance

Learn how to generate compliant financial statements.

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Internal Controls

Implement proper internal controls to prevent theft and misuse of funds.

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FASB Rules

Keep current on the latest FASB rules for nonprofits.

Taught by a Nonprofit Accounting Expert

$75 – Excellent Value Price

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Self-Paced Online

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Bonus Content

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Certificate of Completion

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Self Assessment Quizzes

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Hands-On Activities

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Handouts

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Unlimited Access

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Free Updates

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Lifetime License

Course Content

Module 1
Transparency and Accountability

Module 2
Nonprofit Accounting Objectives

Module 3
GAAP for Nonprofits

Module 4
Nonprofit Accounting Methods

Module 5
Nonprofit Fund Accounting

Module 6
Nonprofit Functional Based Cost Accounting

Module 7
Nonprofit Chart of Accounts

Module 8
Nonprofit Budgets

Module 9
Nonprofit Financial Statements

Module 10
Nonprofit Internal Controls

Module 11
Direct Cost Allocations

Module 12
Indirect Cost Allocations

Module 13
New FASB Rules for Nonprofits

Module 14
Nonprofit Software Checklist

Learn how to become more accountable to your funding sources and prevent costly accounting errors.

About the Instructor

Joseph Scarano, former licensed CPA, is the CEO of Araize, Inc. He has over 40 years of experience working with nonprofit organizations, helping them with their fiscal management and accountability to funding sources.

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