FASB Continues Deliberations On Not-for-Profit Financial Statements

May 14, 2014 FASB Board Meeting

FASB

FASB

Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit Entities. The Board continued its deliberations about the presentation and disclosure of investment expenses and an intermediate measure of operations in light of the results of staff outreach with stakeholders of foundations and health care entities. The Board decided that:

  1. All not-for-profit (NFP) entities would be required to disclose identifiable, direct external investment expenses and the amount of direct internal investment expenses incurred during the period.
  2. An NFP business-oriented health care entity would be required to present an intermediate measure of operations as previously defined by the Board in this project. Those entities would have the option of also presenting the performance indicator that is currently required by paragraph 954-225-45-4. As a result of this decision, all NFP entities including health care entities would be required to present the same intermediate measure of operations.

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