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What Not-For-Profits Need to Know About ASC 842 Leases
The Financial Accounting Standards Board’s (FASB) Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) 842, Leases, codifies significant changes to how lessees and lessors—including not-for-profit organizations—report and disclose lease obligations for fiscal years beginning after December 15, 2021. Is your organization prepared? Join ORBA Director Jim Quaid and ORBA Manager Kelly Buchheit in this complimentary webinar as they dive […]
The Financial Reporting Framework for Small- and Medium-Sized Entities: The GAAP Alternative for the Back Bone of America
As a banking professional, you’ve undoubtedly noticed that accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America (US GAAP) has become increasingly complex in recent years, especially for the middle market companies who comprise the back bone of the US economy. With limited resources available to devote to the accounting function, software that does […]
Real Estate Tax Planning in an Uncertain Tax Environment
The economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with proposed tax legislation, have laid an unstable foundation for professionals in the real estate industry. Join members of ORBA’s Real Estate Group for a complimentary webinar, moderated by Jeffrey Newman, as they discuss the unique tax challenges that are currently top of mind for many professionals in the industry.
Is Your Not-For-Profit Ready for the New Revenue Recognition Standards?
ASC 606 is effective for most organizations. Are you ready? ASC 606 deals with the reporting and disclosure of revenue recognition relating to contracts with customers (exchange transactions). For most not-for-profit organizations, the standards were originally effective in 2019 (or fiscal years ending in 2020). If your organization elected to defer the recognition of ASC […]
Legal, Financial and Tax Issues Affecting Real Estate in a COVID-19 Environment
Join ORBA’s Michael Kovacs, Jeffrey Newman, Thomas Kosinski, Tamara Partridge, Thomas Vance, Justin Sylvan, and guest speakers, John Morse, partner at Patzik Frank & Samotny, Ltd., and Alan Weel, senior vice president at Wintrust Commercial Real Estate, for a complimentary webinar discussing the legal, financial and tax implications of the pandemic on the real estate industry.
Politics in America
The 2020 election is poised to mark an inflection point in our country's future. The parties offer starkly different views on issues that will define American policy for years to come. The economy is paramount, but many of the country’s most contentious issues will be on the table, including trade, healthcare, taxation, fiscal policy, foreign relations, infrastructure, immigration, individual rights and others.
How Not-For-Profit Organizations Can Safely Return Employees to the Workplace
As not-for-profit organizations begin reopening and allowing employees to return to the workplace, what issues should leadership be considering in managing their workforce? Join ORBA and guest speaker Rebecca B. Canary-King, labor and employment attorney from Chicago-based Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC, for a complimentary webinar that will focus on issues particular to not-for-profit organizations and managing the workforce consistently with its mission.
What You Need to Know About Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness
Join ORBA’s Frank L. Washelesky on Friday, May 29, for a complimentary webinar that will provide clarity on the PPP Loan Forgiveness rules.
Is Your Not-For-Profit Organization at Risk of a Cybersecurity Attack?
In the first half of 2019, more than 4.1 billion sensitive records were exposed in data breaches across the globe. As hacktivists shift their targets away from corporate enterprises to the world of not-for-profits, the mission and people associated with these organizations are more at risk. Join ORBA and Mindsight, a Chicago-based IT cybersecurity consultancy, […]
Alternatives to GAAP That Bankers Need to Know
Join ORBA's Victoria L. Pitkin as she discusses the benefits and limitations of each of the recognized GAAP alternatives, including the Financial Reporting Framework for Small- and Medium-Sized Entities promulgated by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.