This course designed for those looking for an understanding of governmental accounting, financial reporting, and budgeting, and their differences from private-sector financial activities. Learn about the unique aspects of accounting and reporting for the federal government as well as state and local governments.
Understand governmental accounting standards, financial reporting practices, and budgeting approaches
Apply the standards, practices, and approaches by the federal, state, and local governments
Understand financial statements issued by federal, state, and local governments
Generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) applicable to state and local government
Fund accounting to record, control and report financial resources
Budget accounting controls and budget reporting requirements
Debt and general fixed asset accounting and reporting
Pending issues that may change state and local government accounting
Who Should Attend?
Financial Management professionals
Influences, Concepts of Financial Reporting and Standards-setting
General Principles of Governmental Accounting
State and Local Accounting and Financial Reporting
Federal Accounting and Financial Reporting
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