Complimentary Seminar: Form 990 vs. Audited Financials Explaining Differences
08/17/2012

Nonprofit CPA Firm, Tate & Tryon will be hosting a complimentary seminar, Form 990 vs Audited Financials – Explaining the Differences to Board of Directors, on Wednesday August 29, 2012 from 8:30am – 10:30am.

Online PR News – 17-August-2012 – August 17, 2012 - Washington DC – Nonprofit CPA Firm, Tate & Tryon will be hosting a complimentary seminar, Form 990 vs Audited Financials – Explaining the Differences to Board of Directors, on Wednesday August 29, 2012 from 8:30am – 10:30am. The two hour event is designed to provide nonprofit executives with a comprehensive explanation of the key differences in purpose, preparation and usefulness of financial data between the Form 990 and the organizations audited financial statements.

“The Form 990 and audited statements both contain key financial information, but unfortunately the numbers don’t always agree with each other. This is often confusing for many who think the audited financials and Form 990 should reflect the same data,” said Doug Boedeker, CPA, Partner at Tate & Tryon. “This seminar will help organization management gain a clear understanding of why these discrepancies occur and how to explain them to non-financial stakeholders.”

Key topics to be discussed include:
• GAAP/tax differences in revenues and expenses
• Governance, policies, executive compensation: GAAP view vs. tax view
• Related party transactions and reporting
• Financial statement vs. 990 disclosures

Seminar Details
The seminar will be hosted at the offices of Tate & Tryon located at 2021 L Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036. The program will begin at 8:30am with a complimentary breakfast and presentations will start at 9:00am. There will be 1.5 hours of CPE available for those who attend.

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About Tate & Tryon
Tate & Tryon is a Washington DC Certified Public Accounting (CPA) and consulting firm which focus on serving the diverse financial and accounting needs of mid-size and large nonprofit organizations across Washington DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia. Our firm works with a broad range of nonprofits organizations including charities, foundations, trade and membership associations, professional societies, advocacy groups, as well as other types of tax-exempt organizations. We provide audit and assurance, tax, outsourcing, technology and consulting services to nearly 500 of nonprofit organizations. For additional information visit our website at http://www.tatetryon.com.