Lease Accounting & Proprietary Institutions – Applying the New Standard
The delays (and delays and delays…) are all done. FASB’s new lease accounting standard is now the rule for proprietary institutions and must be successfully implemented for 2022 financial statements.View On-Demand Webinar
2022 Dates to Know Guide
With the new year comes a new set of financial reporting due dates and notable milestones to mark. Each month brings different challenges, and we know how difficult it is to keep track of everything, so we’re bringing back a useful tool.
Get our free 2022 Dates to Know guide to help you fill out your office calendar and never miss an important deadline.Download Infographic
How Are You Navigating Federal Student Aid Regulation Changes?
McClintock & Associates’ services include assistance with Title IV compliance and audits, as well as finding effective and efficient solutions to our clients’ financial reporting needs. We’re always here to guide institutions to an outcome that helps them focus on what matters most — their students.
Download out latest white paper to understand what’s changed and how it might impact your institutionDownload Infographic
Do You Know What Your School’s 2021 Composite Score Will Be?
An institution’s composite score can have a large impact on that future, so it’s important to carefully consider the factors that can affect it and work with advisors who understand them so that an institution can project their composite score prior to year end. At McClintock & Associates, we specialize in compliance audits, consult on a vast range of Title IV issues — and have several experts on composite score projections.Download Infographic
Federal Student Aid Regulations: What’s Changing & What You Need to Know
With a new slate of FSA regulations going into effect on July 1, the trusted advisors at McClintock & Associates are hosting a webinar to discuss the changes and answer your questions. We’ll be reviewing Changes to R2T4 for Modules, Distance Education, Clock to Credit Hour Conversion, Academic Engagement, Program Participation Agreement, and more.View On-Demand Webinar
The Proprietary Institution HEERF Audit Guide
The recently released HEERF Audit Guide has added to a heavy workload for proprietary institutions. That is why we focused our most recent webinar on breaking down the guide and answering all your pressing questions.View On-Demand Webinar
PPP LOAN FORGIVENESS INFOGRAPHIC
Have you started the process of forgiveness for your PPP loans? If you haven’t yet, or have questions about the process, download our free infographic detailing the process from beginning to end, as well as questions you should be asking yourself along the way.Download Infographic
2021 Dates to Know Guide
Did you have trouble keeping track everything that occurred in 2020? Enter the new year with some clarity and check out our free 2021 Dates to Know guide to make sure you know the deadlines for the most important reporting milestones, timing for can’t-miss conferences and reminders of industry happenings.Download Infographic
Accounting for the CARES Act
McClintock & Associates discusses the most important programs created by the CARES Act. Learn how to record the receipt, disbursement and how to track all of the funds from these programs.View On-Demand Webinar
Title IV Compliance Amid COVID-19
Remember the roadmap for Title IV compliance at the start of the year? Throw it out the window.
As it has in nearly every aspect of our society, COVID-19 rewrote the rules for postsecondary education institutions. Seemingly not a week goes by without a new announcement regarding Title IV aid — and with those updates come more questions.View On-Demand Webinar
Questions Asked & Answered: Paycheck Protection Program
PPP loans are keeping small businesses afloat. These are the big questions on how to calculate, use and track these funds.Download Infographic
Posting HEERF Information to Your Website
The reporting requirements for HEERF participants include seven important pieces of information to share on an institution’s website.Download Infographic
Do’s and Don’ts with HEERF Institutional Funds
The Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund is a lifeline for institutions, but the grants must be used in very particular ways.Download Infographic
The Institutional HEERF Grant Reporting Rundown
No tricks and not exactly a treat: The initial reports for the institutional portion of the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) grants are required just before Halloween on Oct. 30, 2020.
Institutions cannot delay in preparing and posting these reports, but with this being the first round of reporting, there are nuances and questions to sort through. That’s why we’re happy to offer up our experts during a free, informative webinar, “The Institutional HEERF Grant Reporting Rundown.”View On-Demand Webinar
Closing the Books on 2020: Cares Act Accounting and Projecting Composite Scores
As we approach the end of 2020, many postsecondary institutions have significant accounting milestones in the near future. But there are key changes from this summer that institutions must keep in mind, including how the revamped Borrower Defense to Repayment (BDTR) regulations affect the Composite Score Ratio.View On-Demand Webinar
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