Many not-for-profits (NFPs) engage in strategic partnerships or ventures with other organizations. Working together, organizations share their strengths and achieve economies of scale. Because these relationships can take many different forms, half the battle is identifying which relationships will require entities to present consolidated financial statements. The other half is applying the unique reporting standards to these transactions to successfully prepare a set of consolidated financial statements. This CPE course offers you detail-rich examples and case studies that will help you understand when and how to prepare consolidated financial statements. Included in the course resources are two flow charts that will assist is determining if consolidation is required, as well as various financial statement examples.