Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting: Theory and Practice

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Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting Sixth Edition provides a better balance between theory and practice than other texts, with the most up-to-date coverage. It provides students with a thorough basis for understanding the logic for and nature of all the funds and account groups of a government, with a unique approach that enables students to grasp the entire accounting and reporting framework for a government before focusing on specific individual fund types and account groups.* NEW - Includes completely updated content: * all GASB standards through GASB Statement 32 * the latest FASB and AICPA guidance on accounting and reporting for not-for-profit organizations * the latest revisions of the OMB and AICPA single audit guidance * the latest changes in federal government accounting and reporting * NEW - Provides at least one research problem at the end of each state and local government chapter requiring practical application of the principles and standards learned in these chapters. Use of the Internet is encouraged for the completion of these problems, exposing students to the vast resources pertinent to the government and not-for-profit sector that are available on-line. * NE

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Contents

Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting Environment and Characteristics
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Authoritative Sources of GNP Accounting Principles
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STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING 2 State and Local Government Accounting
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