The Mind the GAAP Symposium is December 9, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.
Is your current accounting not accurately presenting your company’s financial health?
Need to secure new bank financing?
Looking to present your company in the most reliable way?
Did you answer yes to any of the above?
Join us for this free informative discussion on GAAP accounting and how it can meet your needs. Gain the knowledge and insight to turn your accounting into the financial tool your company needs to succeed. Make a night of it and enjoy dinner in The North House’s main restaurant. We can assist with reservations. Email us at email@example.com
4pm – 4:30pm Mix and Mingle Kick Off (Cash Bar)
4:30pm – 6pm – GAAP Discussion
Overview: GAAP Analysis Made Simple
Benefits of GAAP
Timing of when to go GAAP
How to simplify going GAAP
How to make GAAP less painful and costly
Question: What is GAAP accounting?
Answer: GAAP stands for General Accepted Accounting Principles. This a commonly recognized set of rules, methods and procedures designed to govern corporate accounting and financial reporting.
Question: What is the purpose of GAAP accounting?
Answer: The purpose of GAAP is to ensure that financial reporting is transparent and consistent from one organization to another.
Question: What are the benefits of GAAP with regards to smaller businesses.
Answer: GAAP rules and methods are used as best practices to help guide your accounting team so that you can rely on the numbers and make better business decisions.
Frank has over a quarter century of experience providing audit and advisory services to a broad range of clients within the Northeast marketplace.
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