Analyze government and not-for-profit financial statements

Dec 5th, 2015
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Accounting
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Question description

Analysis of government and not-for-profit financial statements.  In 1-2 pages, analyze government and not-for-profit financial statements and document the similarities and differences between each entity’s financial statements.  You can use your creativity with this assignment.  The analysis should be documented in Microsoft Word and you can use a table format for the analysis, for example.  In your analysis, include details such as GASBS, FASB, and AICPA requirements as applicable to government and not-for-profit financial statements.  Make sure your analysis include the proper headings such as the following (at a minimum):

•Student Name

•Date

•Course Name

•Title

•Introduction paragraph (2-3 sentences)

•The body of the paper (analysis…i.e. table)

•Conclusion paragraph (3-5 sentences)

•References (APA)


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