Governmental Accounting/Public Sector Accounting - A Management Perspective

Pahladsingh Accountancy And Consultancy
In Washington (USA), DUBAI (United Arab Emirates), Auckland (New Zealand) and another venue.

$ 3,150 - (Rs 2,12,827)
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Description

The course will look into the role accountants play in the management cycle of governments and other not-for-profit entities and the characteristics of sound operational objectives. Delegates will learn how program budgets relate expenditures to operational objectives. Participants will learn how the audits of governments and not-for-profits differ from those of businesses and what approach auditors generally take in performing audits.
Suitable for: CFA's, CFO's, Accountants, MBA's, ICWAI's

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Auckland
Auckland, New Zealand
On request
DUBAI
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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On request
Ghana
Ghana, Ghana
On request
Washington
To be determined, New York, USA
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Teachers and trainers (1)

Pahladsingh Perry
Pahladsingh Perry
Owner

Course programme

Apart from the differences between accounting for business and governments and not-for-profits, this course also gives and insight in the key phases of the budget cycle and how budgets can enhance control. It gives an understanding of how governments use the modified accrual basis, how the different sources of revenue (such as taxes, non-exchange revenues, investment gains, interests and dividends, and voluntary non-exchange revenues) and expenditures (such as wages and salaries, pensions and other post-employment benefits, claims and judgments, prepayments and non-exchange expenditures) should be accounted for.


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