Nonprofit Disclosure Requirements of Nonincome Tax Contingencies
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While the authoritative guidance for accounting for contingencies stretches all the way back to Financial Accounting Standard 5 - now ASC 450 - the appearance of Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) 740 in 2009 (formerly known as FIN 48) has confused the entire issue of accounting for contingencies. With FIN 48 requirements now in place for not-for-profit organizations, primary emphasis is often given to income tax considerations when preparing financial statements for tax-exempt entities. Exposure related to nonincome taxes, especially sales and use taxes, is often overlooked. This OnDemand Webinar will focus on the impact of nonincome taxes as they apply to not-for-profit organizations. By ordering this program, you will understand how to identify these contingencies and properly account for and report them in financial statements. In addition, we will briefly contrast this with ASC 740 to provide you with additional clarity. Failure to properly account for and report both nonincome tax and income tax contingencies is a substantial risk in financial reporting for tax-exempt entities.
AuthorsFrank A. Monti, CPA, Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co., Ltd.
Income Tax Contingencies and Nonincome Tax Contingencies
• What Is an Income Tax Related Contingency?
• What Is a Nonincome Tax Contingency?
Nonincome Tax Contingencies
• FAS 5 - Accounting for Contingencies (ASC 450)
• Tax Contingencies That Are Not Income Tax Related
• What Is a Tax?
Recognizing Tax-Type Contingencies in the Tax-Exempt Organization
• Common and Not-So-Common Examples
Accounting and Disclosure Requirements
• Nonincome Tax Contingencies
• Fin 48 Disclosures
- What the Literature Says
- What Is Happening in Practice