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2016 Intermediate Accounting and Reporting - Fall

October 24-25, 2016
The Adolphus
Dallas, TX

Schedule

Monday, October 24

7:30 AMRegistration and Continental Breakfast
9:00 AMFinancial Reporting for FASB

Speaker(s):
Kim Kvaal, St. Edward's University

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, St. Edward's University

10:45 AMFinancial Reporting for GASB (continued)

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

12:15 PMLunch
1:15 PMStatement of Cash Flows for FASB

Speaker(s):
Kim Kvaal, St. Edward's University

1:15 PMStatement of Cash 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
5:30 PMWelcome Reception

Tuesday, October 25

7:00 AMNetworking BreakfastAt this breakfast, we encourage you to wear something from your current college or university or your alma mater. This is a great way to get to know other attendees and show your school spirit! Tuesday is a casual day.
8:00 AMFASB Update

Speaker(s):
Kim Kvaal, St. Edward's University
Sue Menditto, NACUBO

8:00 AMGASB Update

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

9:00 AMAccounting for Endowments, Annuity Funds, Split Interest Agreements, and Gifts

Speaker(s):
Kim Kvaal, St. Edward's University

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.
10:00 AMRefreshment Break/Hotel Check-Out
10:30 AMAccounting for Endowments, Annuity Funds, Split Interest Agreements, and Gifts

Speaker(s):
Kim Kvaal, St. Edward's University

12:00 PMLunch
1:00 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.
2:30 PMRefreshment Break
2:45 PMCapital Issues (continued)

Speaker(s):
Jerry Farley, Washburn University

4:00 PMQuestions and Closing
4:15 PMProgram Ends

Program Overview

2016 Intermediate Accounting and Reporting Fall
October 24-25, 2016

Estimated CPEs:13


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