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- Day to day events are recorded at the fund level using the basis of accounting for fund financial statements. Governmental activities are recorded using the modified accrual basis. The fund-basis statements are then used as input in the preparation of government-wide statements. The preparation of government-wide statements is presented in an Excel worksheet.
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1. INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL REPORTING FOR GOVERNMENTAL AND NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
2. OVERVIEW OF FINANCIAL REPORTING FOR STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
3. MODIFIED ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING: INCLUDING THE ROLE OF FUND BALANCES AND BUDGETARY AUTHORITY
4. ACCOUNTING FOR THE GENERAL AND SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
5. ACCOUNTING FOR OTHER GOVERNMENTAL FUND TYPES: CAPITAL PROJECTS, DEBT SERVICE, AND PERMANENT
6. PROPRIETARY FUNDS
7. FIDUCIARY (TRUST) FUNDS
8. GOVERNMENT-WIDE STATEMENTS, CAPITAL ASSETS, LONG-TERM DEBT
9. ADVANCED TOPICS FOR STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
10. ACCOUNTING FOR PRIVATE NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
11. COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY ACCOUNTING
12. ACCOUNTING FOR HOSPITALS AND OTHER HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS
13. AUDITING, TAX-EXEMPT ORGANIZATIONS, AND EVALUATING PERFORMANCE
14. FINANCIAL REPORTING BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT