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2013 Intermediate Accounting and Reporting – January

January 28-29, 2013
Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress
Orlando, FL

Schedule

Monday, January 28

8:00 amRegistration & Continental Breakfast
9:00 amFinancial Reporting for FASB

Speaker(s):
Kim Kvaal, University of San Francisco

9:00 amFinancial Reporting for GASB

Speaker(s):
Mary Fischer, University of Texas at Tyler

10:30 amRefreshment Break
10:45 amFinancial Reporting for FASB (continued)

Speaker(s):
Kim Kvaal, University of San Francisco

10:45 amFinancial Reporting for GASB (continued)

Speaker(s):
Mary Fischer, University of Texas at Tyler

12:15 pmLunch
1:15 pmCash Flows for FASB

Speaker(s):
Kim Kvaal, University of San Francisco

1:15 pmCash Flows for GASB

Speaker(s):
Mary Fischer, University of Texas at Tyler

2:30 pmRefreshment Break
2:45 pmCurrent Operating Issues

Speaker(s):
Jerry Farley, Washburn University

In this session you will learn about issues that affect both public and independent institutions. Topic examples include financial aid and scholarships, tuition discounts and allowances, compensated absences, pension and other post employment benefits, contributed services and property, releasing restrictions, and realized-unrealized gains and losses.
4:45 pmQuestions and Answers
5:00 pmReception (tentative)

Tuesday, January 29

7:30 amContinental Breakfast
8:00 amAccounting for Endowments, Annuity Funds, Split Interest Agreements, and Gifts

Speaker(s):
Kim Kvaal, University of San Francisco

This session discusses endowments: their governing laws, fund types, accounting entries, and disclosure requirements. Accounting for annuities, split interest agreements, and investment pools are also presented. Using sample donor agreements, participants have an opportunity to discuss appropriate classification for the various gift instruments.
9:30 amRefreshment Break/Hotel Check-Out
10:00 amAccounting for Endowments, Annuity Funds, Split Interest Agreements, and Gifts (continued)

Speaker(s):
Kim Kvaal, University of San Francisco

12:00 pmLunch
12:45 pmCapital Issues

Speaker(s):
Jerry Farley, Washburn University

You will explore the treatment of transactions related to capital projects. Discussions focus on gifts, depreciation, bond premiums and discounts, extinguishment of debt, capitalized interest, and capital leases.
2:15 pmRefreshment Break
2:30 pmCapital Issues (continued)

Speaker(s):
Jerry Farley, Washburn University

3:45 pmQuestions and Closing
4:00 pmProgram Adjourns

Program Overview

2013 Intermediate Accounting and Reporting – Winter
January 28-29, 2013

Estimated CPEs:13.5


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CPE Information

NACUBO is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org.


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