Hot topics and technical updates impacting accounting and financial reporting for Healthcare, Higher Education and Not-for-Profit – October 23, 2013

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Webcast summary

This installment of PwC's Healthcare, Higher Education and Not-for-Profit quarterly webcast series covers FASB standard setting developments that have occurred since our July webcast. As always, the focus is on not-for-profit organizations that apply FASB standards, with an emphasis on healthcare and higher education institutions.

Webcast details 

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We are pleased to invite you to participate in the next of PwC's quarterly series of webcasts focusing on emerging accounting developments affecting not-for-profit organizations.

This webcast covers FASB standard setting developments that have occurred since our July webcast. Among other matters, we cover developments related to the FASB/IASB convergence projects as well as an update on FASB projects impacting not-for-profit entities. As always, the focus is on not-for-profit organizations that apply FASB standards, with an emphasis on healthcare and higher education institutions.

Benefits from your participation:

  • Stay informed about emerging developments impacting not-for-profit organizations, including healthcare and higher education institutions, in the areas of accounting and financial reporting
  • Earn up to 2 CPE credits
  • Share insights on how emerging issues may impact your business
  • Assess the implications on your accounting and financial reporting today and plan for the impact tomorrow

Who should attend?

CFOs, Controllers, Finance Directors, and others with a role in accounting and financial reporting.

CPE credit: 

Participation in the live webcast will qualify for up to 2 CPE credits.

Please note that CPE credit can only be given to individuals who remain logged into the LIVE webcast and respond to the polling questions provided during the webcast. If you are viewing this webcast in a group, everyone in the group can receive CPE Credit. Also, those who dial in via telephone are NOT eligible for CPE credit. Please note that this is a NASBA (not PwC) requirement.

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