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  PUBLIC HOUSING YEAR END REPORTING  
  PH | Financial Management Track  
  May 26th ǀ 1:00 pm – 4:00pm Eastern  
 
This session will discuss year end reporting for the public housing program, focusing on financial data schedule (FDS) reporting. The following topics will be covered in this session:
  • The reporting models allowed by HUD
  • Proper accounting for the Operating Fund and Capital Fund programs for financial data schedule (FDS) reporting
  • Accounting for special issues such as pension and Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEBs), RAD conversion, etc.
  • Reporting requirements for PHA’s CARES Act operating funds (FDS Column 14.PHC)
This session also covers proper reporting of key FDS lines used to calculate Financial Indicator ratios and lines that may indicate areas of non-compliance.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:  Housing authority supervisory / program staff, accounting and financial management staff, and independent auditors wanting to understand HUD’s program rules, financial, and accounting requirements for the Public Housing program.

COURSE FEE: The fee for this 3-hour course is $179 per person

COURSE FORMAT: Webinars are hosted on the Zoom webinar platform.  A camera and microphone are not required.

CPE CREDIT: CPE Credit Provided by AHACPA

 
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Who Should Attend: Next Sessions:
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* Indicates session is also offered in other tracks


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PH / Financial Management Track

Who Should Attend: Next Sessions:
Housing authority supervisory / program staff, accounting and financial management staff, and independent auditors wanting to understand HUD’s program rules, financial and accounting requirements for the Public Housing program.

* Indicates session is also offered in other tracks


Detailed information on courses in this track are posted here.

ED 101 Track

Who Should Attend: Next Sessions:
Executive Directors with less than 3 years' of experience in the ED position, and Public Housing/ HCV supervisors interested in advancing to an Executive Director position.

* Indicates session is also offered in other tracks


Detailed information on courses in this track are posted here.

WHO IS AH FORWARD?

AH Forward combines the expertise of three well-respected organizations:

  • AHACPA
  • Phineas Consulting
  • Urlaub & Co

Together, we have developed policies and procedures, conducted training, provided consulting, and technical assistance to the affordable housing industry and HUD. The three firms have a combined 100+years of experience in providing support to the affordable housing industry.

AH Forward

AH Forward was formed in 2019 and combines the expertise of three partner-firms: The Affordable Housing Association of Certified Public Accountants (AHACPA), Phineas Consulting LLC, and Urlaub & Co, PLLC. The firms and partners have more than 20 years of experience in providing consulting support to HUD, public housing agencies, and multifamily owners. Information on AH Forward and the firm’s service offerings are available at www.ahforward.com

AH Forward
P.O. Box 2543
Ada, OK 74821
(580) 332-4802
[email protected]


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