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Some of this surge can be attributed to companies becoming more complex and geographically diversified, but much of it can be traced to increased disclosure requirements from accounting rule writers and market regulators. CFO News

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How Canopy Growth Makes Money: Recreational and Medical Marijuana

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Canopy Growth’s Financials. Canopy Growth prepares its financial statements in accordance with the U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). The financial data presented below are in Canadian dollars in accordance with the company’s financial statements.

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Do Nonprofits Use Cash or Accrual Accounting?

The Charity CFO

If you’re like many people, you probably think that there is a single set of accounting rules that every company must follow. . So which accounting method is right for you? Is your nonprofit required to use accrual accounting? Cash vs. Accrual Accounting: What’s the difference?

The Basics of Nonprofit Bookkeeping

The Charity CFO

Do a Google search on nonprofit bookkeeping, and you’ll find page after page of articles on nonprofit accounting. Because while nonprofit bookkeeping and accounting are related, they’re not the same thing. Execute data entry to keep the general ledger current .

Set Up a Nonprofit Chart of Accounts (Free Template)

The Charity CFO

If you’re brand new to nonprofit accounting, the Chart of Accounts might be the best place to start. Because even if you only have one bank account, bill, investment, or expense, you’ll need one. What is a Chart of Accounts? What goes on the Chart of Accounts?