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Blockchain for Not-for-Profits Logo aicpa

  Free |   19 May 2020 |   13:00-17:00 |   AICPA |   Computer Science |   AICPA Store
The Basics
Who Will Benefit?
  • Anyone looking to understand more about how blockchain can be implemented in a nonprofit organization
  • Accountants looking for more information on blockchain
  • Practitioners that serve or advise nonprofit clients and would like to understand the impact of blockchain
  • Managers and decision makers looking to run blockchain projects
Key Topics
  • Blockchain overview
  • Blockchain implementation
  • Donations of virtual currencies
  • Tax and accounting implications of accepting virtual currencies
  • Regulatory issues that impact blockchain implementations
  • Tax considerations for private foundations
Learning Objectives
  • Recognize the central elements used in the blockchain ecosystem.
  • Identify the basic components of tax considerations for blockchain.
  • Determine the various treatments of virtual currencies in accounting and auditing for not-for-profit.
  • Identify the regulatory concepts related to implementing blockchain as well as determine the costs and benefits, both domestically and internationally.

Blockchain is a new technology being used to drive corporate transparency. At the core, it is a distributed ledger technology and all transactions are verified before being replicated.

Implementation & Considerations

In this webcast, we will underline the practical implications of blockchain technology for not-for-profit organizations. You will learn about the opportunities, risks, accounting and tax implications for not-for-profits involved with blockchain technology.

Topics covered:
  • Management accounting: Technical: Accounting information systems: Accounting information systems and digital technologies, Foundational

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