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2021 Intermediate Accounting Seminar
Ohio GFOA Office
400 W Wilson Bridge Road, Suite 120
Worthington, OH 43085

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Wednesday, July 14, 2021, 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM EDT
Category: Events

A one-day program highlighting intermediate-level governmental accounting and financial reporting concepts. The objective of this course is to assist attendees to better understand and prepare GAAP basis financial statements and related issues using the GASB 34 Model. To help better understand how areas can impact you and to assist with questions, bring a copy of your own Gov’t F/S, or a sample set.

This course is designed for state and local government fiscal officers and staff, government auditors, and independent public accountants with some experience and/or training related to preparing, using, and auditing financial statements prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). 

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COVID-19 Precautions: Space is limited for this program as Ohio GFOA will enforce social distance seating. At this time, masks are required upon entering the building. Once seated, participants can remove them, if they are comfortable doing so. All meals provided will be grab and go and will be in pre-packaged, individual containers.

Jason Cowman, Julian & Grube
Mindee Johnson, Rea & Associates, Inc.
Brian Moser, Clark Shafer Hackett
Peter Sercer, Julian & Grube
Larry Weeks, Clark Shafer Hackett
Chad Welty, Rea & Associate, Inc.

Topics to be Included
  • Government Environment and Reporting Model - Including GASB 87 Refresher/Update
  • Measurement Focus & Basis of Accounting
  • Notes
  • Specialized Accounting Applications-Compiling Certain GAAP Sections
  • Common Reporting Deficiencies & Best Practices
  • Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Sections
This program has been approved for 7.0 hours of CPE credit with the Accountancy Board of Ohio. It has also been approved for 6.0 hours of Ohio Treasurer of State’s Center for Public Investment Management (CPIM) credit.