Are You Ready for the New Not-for-Profit Financial Statements Reporting and Revenue Recognition Standards?


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This course will cover:

  • Not-for-Profit financial statement standards being updated for the first time in 20 years that will enhance the reporting of expenses both by function and natural classification for all Not-for-Profits and new disclosures on liquidity and more!
  • Exchange transactions for Not-for-Profits and Healthcare may be subject to the new revenue recognition standard through the review of the contracts.
  • New revenue recognition will significantly affect the practices of most companies and many organizations and is intended to increase financial comparability across industries.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the new financial statement reporting standards
  2. Understand how current process must change
  3. Understand the impact of the changes on the organization as a whole


Wm. Guy Crouch, Partner

MaryPat Davitz, CPA, CITP, Partner and Director of Business Services


Are You Ready for the New Not-for-Profit Financial Statements Reporting and Revenue Recognition Standards?
Recorded 09/20/2018
Recorded 09/20/2018

MaryPat Davitz

CPA, CITP Partner and Director of Business Services

As a Partner and Director of Business Services at Mueller Prost, MaryPat leads the firm’s employee benefits/ERISA and SOC specialty services. In addition to her leadership roles in the firm, she focuses on client service and is responsible for signing reports for audit, attest, and consulting engagements.

Her experience also includes risk assessment services, compliance and regulatory reporting services, internal control reporting and assessments, and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance. She is a licensed certified public accountant in Missouri and Illinois with more than twenty-five years of public accounting experience performing audits, reviews, compilations and other attest and non-attest services for privately-held businesses, public companies, and not-for-profit organizations. She also has experienceworking with start-ups. MaryPat’s clients include healthcare organizations, manufacturers, financial services/lenders, service providers, commercial real-estate entities, construction companies, charitable organizations and employee benefit plans. She is experienced with audit, compliance and reporting requirements of PCAOB, GAAS, HUD, DOL, FINRA and other regulatory agencies.

Prior to joining Mueller Prost, MaryPat spent twelve years in a local public accounting firm helping to build an audit practice that focused on non-public companies and specialty niches. She was also responsible for quality control and technical compliance for the firm. MaryPat began her career at a “Big 4” CPA firm in Chicago. Her career path also includes experience in a growing privately-held manufacturing company and a large publicly-held retail company.

Wm. Guy Crouch


Wm. Guy Crouch is an experienced business and tax advisor. Drawing from his many years of experience in public accounting, he is able to guide clients through the tax laws and help them to reduce both current and future tax burdens, as well as solve the day to day challenge that face businesses today.

He has a proven track record as a skilled problem-solver in helping clients resolve their accounting and business issues. Guy
is a recognized expert in the areas of not for profit accounting and auditing, peer review, as well as individual tax law.
Prior to joining Mueller Prost as a Partner, Guy was the Owner and Chief Executive Officer of Strategic Accounting Solutions,
serving clients in California and Missouri. Over the years, Guy has developed a depth of experience working with nonprofit organizations and the boards of directors and their owners, specializing accounting and auditing for these charitable organizations.