OMB has issued its 2022 Compliance Supplement. While originally promised in April of 2022, OMB issued it on May 12 which is much better than the previous years that were issued in August. The Compliance Supplement includes new ARPA programs that were not addressed in the 2021 Supplement so this can be very helpful to auditors wrapping up some outstanding 2021 audits. The Supplement should be used for 6/30/22 year ends and beyond.
While much of the focus of the implementation of SAS 134-140 have been on the financial statement report and the Single Audit report, it is important to note that when the AICPA issued updated examples in their A&A guide, it included changes to the Yellow Book report as well. We’ll review some of the biggest changes to make sure these minor edits are included when issuing GAGAS reports.
The AICPA has issued a Technical Q&A to address questions surrounding reporting on the SEFA when the amount reported does not tie back to the financial statements due to DHHS’s requirement to report based on the reporting to the Portal. The TQA provides guidance on the application of AU-C 725 to this scenario.
The AICPA has issued a TQA addressing questions about how for-profit and nonprofit entities account for the new restaurant revitalization and shuttered venue grants that have been received by many organizations. As there is no on point GAAP for for-profit entities, the TQA provides examples of guidance that can be applied by analogy.
Todays blog looks at a movement to develop internationally applicable financial reporting guidance for non-profit organizations. IFR4NPO has issued a consultation. This blog looks at Part 1 of the proposal which includes scope and overall conceptual framework to be used in the development of this international standard. Comments on Part 1 are due by July 30, 2021.
FASB has issued a proposal to adjust the timing for when private entities and nonprofits would be required to identify triggering events for goodwill impairment. After initially identified by the AICPA’s Technical Issues Committee (TIC), it was determined that the cost and complexity associated with an interim consideration for an annual reporting outweighed the benefit. Comments are due January 20.