Private K-12 Reporting Model Changes
Private K-12 Reporting Model Changes
Wednesday, January 30
10:00 - 11:00 AM (Pacific)

This webinar qualifies for 1 CPE credit (Accounting and Auditing)

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Now is a good time for private K-12 business officers and finance teams to take a look at how they're presenting their financials

PAISBOA has partnered with Armanino to examine the proposed FASB financial reporting model changes to how schools report on net assets, cash flow and more. Armanino’s accounting experts will also discuss how private school finance teams may need to adjust the presentation of their financials to the board and other key stakeholders.

Key Points
  • Describe what a financial statement is and how they impact performance, cash flow and liquidity
  • Discuss the proposed changes to the net asset classification and related disclosures
  • Analyze recent and ongoing FASB updates

Dean Quiambao, CPA
Partner, Armanino

After spending 12 years as an auditor, Dean transitioned to "Chief Relationship Builder" for the firm. He helps numerous private, public and nonprofit companies address their tax, audit and outsourced accounting needs.


Kathy Ferguson, CPA
Audit Manager, Armanino

Kathy has more than 15 years of accounting and auditing experience, with a focus on nonprofit entities. She performs audits in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and generally accepted government auditing standards. She reviews financial statements for proper reporting and disclosures.


Aggie Malter, Ed.D
Executive Director, PAISBOA

Aggie began her tenure as Executive Director of PAISBOA in July 2016. Prior, she was the Director of Accreditation at Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools (PAIS) and served on the Commission for Accreditation for 10 years. Before PAIS, Aggie spent over 20 years in independent schools in a variety of senior leadership roles.