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FASB changes rules for not-for-profit financial reporting

CPA Letter Daily | Aug 19, 2016

The Financial Accounting Standards Board issued new accounting rules Thursday that are intended to make not-for-profit financial statements easier for users to understand. These are the first significant changes that FASB has made to its not-for-profit financial reporting model since 1993. Journal of Accountancy online (08/18)


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