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Accounting and Budgeting in Public and Nonprofit Organizations: A Manager's Guide

Accounting and Budgeting in Public and Nonprofit Organizations: A Manager's Guide

C. William Garner

ISBN: 978-1-555-42336-0

Apr 1991, Jossey-Bass

272 pages

Select type: Hardcover

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$65.00

Description

Essential accounting advice for the nonprofit sphere

Public and nonprofit organizations face as number of unique issues in areas related to financial management. From special accounting rules to unpredictable cash flow, there exist a host of opportunities to either succeed or fail — especially as regulations continue to evolve. Accounting and Budgeting in Public and Nonprofit Organizations: A Manger's Guide provides much-needed guidance on all aspects of money management. Expert discussion details rules, regulations, best practices, documentation, and more, to help managers enable their organizations to further the mission and stretch donation dollars.

1. The Origins and Purposes of Accounting and Budgeting.

2. Accounting and Budgeting Systems in Public and Nonprofit Organizations.

3. The First two A's of Budgeting: Approval and Adoption.

4. The Third A: Allocation.

5. Making a Budgeting System Work.

6. Understanding the Language of Accounting.

7. Tracking Financial Information: Core Accounting Processes.

8. Understanding Financial Statements.

9. Integrating Accounting and Budgeting Systems for Better Managerial Control.

10. Linking Past, Present, and Future Through Adjustments.

11. Conducting Manager Audits and Analysis.