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Tuesday, December 5, 2023 Live Webcast

Found It! Reporting Findings in Yellow Book and Single Audits (E2312402)

1:00 PM - 2:40 PM EST

Registration: 12:30 PM EST


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2 CPE Credits in AA


When auditors detect findings in Yellow Book and single audits, they do not just communicate them in some shabby little letter to management; they get reported! In this course, we will examine what types of findings get reported, how they get reported, and where they get reported! This course will take you from just checking a box and fulfilling a requirement to developing and delivering findings that make a meaningful difference to your clients.

This course features a live instructor and has been specifically designed for the NJCPA.


Not-for-profit and government auditors


  • Understand and apply the Yellow Book and Uniform Guidance requirements for developing and reporting findings
  • Assist clients and report users in understanding where problems exist and how they can be corrected
  • Skillfully write and report findings


  • The types of findings reported in Yellow Book and single audits
  • The Yellow Book and Uniform Guidance requirements for reporting findings
  • How to really think through the elements of a finding to assist report users




Some introductory background in Yellow Book and single auditing




  • Qualifies for Yellow Book


Martha Lindley

Martha A Lindley, CPA

Martha has experience since the last century in public accounting, specializing in governmental entities and not-for-profit organizations, especially those requiring audits under Uniform Guidance. Her government experience includes state (technical colleges), municipal (county and city), and local (school districts and water districts). Her not-for-profit experience includes social service agencies, housing projects, and foundations. Services include audit, consulting, and related tax preparation. She has an extensive background in internal control assessment and fraud/forensic accounting. Martha worked with one of the top 100 CPA firms in the United States before beginning her own practice in 2000 to specialize in organizations receiving federal and grant funding. Having performed over 2,000 nonprofit and governmental audits and written 2,000 sets of financial statements, her experience is extensive. She has been a sought-after presenter for CPE and for state conferences for years. She is a hands-on audit partner, attending all audits performed. She has taught CPE since 2000 – teaching hundreds of classes throughout the United States. Martha Lindley, CPA earned Surgent Outstanding Discussion Leader Awards in 2017 and 2016. Comments emphasized her knowledge of the topic and sense of humor, which made the classes informative and enjoyable. With two bachelor’s degrees – and three majors: accounting, finance, and clinical psychology – she both teaches and engages class participants with cognitive learning skills. Martha is a member of the AICPA, the Washington Society of CPAs, the AICPA Government Audit Quality Center, the AICPA Nonprofit Sector, the AICPA Employee Benefit Audit Quality Center, and the WSCPA Nonprofit Committee.


$99.00 - Member

$136.50 - Nonmember

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