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Financial reporting by First Nations

Published on: May 03, 2018

Learn more about specific financial reporting issues, including accounting for intangible assets, government business enterprises, financial administration law, and more.

You will learn about:

  • financial administration law developed by First Nations
  • accounting for intangible assets
  • accounting for government business enterprises
  • disclosure of budget information in the Statement of Operations and Statement of Changes in Net Debt
  • public sector accounting board (PSAB) standard-setting activities and the potential impact on financial reporting by First Nations

Who should attend?

  • First Nations financial statement preparers and auditors
  • those who work with First Nations

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