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AAFCPAs’ Amanda Pelcher Presents Workshop On Nonprofit Financial Statement Framework for Worcester Community Foundation

AAFCPAs’ Amanda Pelcher, CPA, Manager, is happy to provide insight to the Greater Worcester Community Foundation’s network of nonprofits during a workshop she will give on Understanding the New Nonprofit Financial Statement Presentation Standards, on May 23rd, 2018 in Worcester, MA.

Understanding and implementing accounting standards can be complex, time-consuming, and often requires requisite skills and expertise not found on the internal finance team. AAFCPAs provides financial management assistance on complex technical accounting issues, allowing clients to confidently apply new standards with greater efficiency and ease.

The Greater Worcester Community Foundation is a valued client of AAFCPAs. They are a citizen-run model of philanthropy dedicated to enhancing the Worcester community in perpetuity. We are happy to share our expertise for the benefit of their network of nonprofits in our region on implementing this ASU, which affects substantially all nonprofits as well as creditors, donors, grantors, and others that use their financial statements.


Wednesday, May 23rd 2018

12:00pm – 2:00pm


Greater Worcester Community Foundation

370 Main St., Worcester, MA

About the Author

Amanda Pelcher CPA
Amanda specializes in audits of various types of nonprofit organizations, including community development corporations (CDC) and their development projects, multi-service human & social services providers, charter schools & charter management organizations, and early education & care agencies. She has extensive experience with providing assurance solutions in accordance with Uniform Guidance/Single Audit and Government Auditing Standards, as well as those with U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requirements. Amanda has significant experience advising clients on their various types of debt financing, including: tax-exempt bonds, tax credit driven programs, specialized bond programs, and traditional financing. She is instinctively familiar with the requirements related to Low-Income Housing, New Markets and Federal and State Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits.