Master Book - HCV Financial Management and Reporting

Financial officers at all levels of your PHA’s HCV program will appreciate the HCV Financial Management and Reporting Master Book as an easy-to-follow reference guide for successful financial management and reporting.

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NMA HCV Financial Management and Reporting Master Book

The Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program has changed significantly since it was first implemented by HUD. Although in this program PHAs are no longer responsible for providing property management and maintenance services, it doesn’t mean this program is easier to manage. In the HCV program, PHAs play a duel role: they have to assist families in the program, while overseeing that families comply with program rules. Click here to view the table of contents.

This master book includes:

  • An overview of the history of public housing legislation and characteristics and features of key programs - including HCV 
  • A thorough review of the annual contributions contract (ACC)
  • How the HCV program is funded
  • HCV accounting requirements, generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), and special accounting issues in the HCV program - such as fraud recovery, portability, Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS), SEMAP, and retroactive funding and payments
  • Financial monitoring and the elimination of budget documents
  • Using HUD's voucher management system (VMS) and VMS user manual excerpts
  • How to establish an internal control structure
  • Year-end closing procedures 
  • Audit requirements
  • Learning activities, HUD references/relevant PIH notices, and an in-depth glossary 

Do you have the most current version of this Master Book?

Below are the issue dates for the previous revisions to the HCV Financial Management and Reporting Master Book:

2018: For 2018, the HCV Financial Management and Reporting Master Book has been brought current with all recent HUD requirements and guidance, including the following:
  • Changes to account for the implementation of the current year’s funding provisions as specified in Notice PIH 2018-09
  • Updates to terminology to reflect current practices
  • The addition and expansion of information on generating a Two-Year Forecasting Tool
  • Revisions regarding the full accrual method (GAAP) for recording fraud recovery accounts receivable
  • The addition of a new section on the components of an unaudited submission
  • Other clarifications and corrections to bring the content current with HUD requirements

2017:
 For 2017, the Housing Choice Voucher Financial Management and Reporting Master Book has been brought current with all recent regulatory requirements and guidance, including:
  • Clarifications for HAP funding allocations as specified in Notice PIH 2017-10
  • Additions to account for guidance on reporting executive compensation and salary restrictions per Notice PIH 2017-14
  • Revisions regarding FSS Coordinator grants per Accounting Brief #23
  • Changes in terminology throughout the book based on most recent HUD guidance
  • The addition of new exhibits and examples to illustrate and explain financial concepts and processes
  • Insertion of additional citations and references to substantiate source material
  • Other modifications and clarifications to bring the content current with HUD regulations and guidance

2016:
 For 2016, the Housing Choice Voucher Financial Management and Reporting Master Book has been brought current with all recent regulatory requirements and guidance, including:
  • Clarifications for HAP funding allocations based on the 2016 Appropriations Act, in addition to other updates as specified in Notice PIH 2016-04
  • Modifications to audit requirements to account for the redesignation of regulations to 2 CFR Part 200
  • Clarifications on the use of administrative fees per Notice PIH 2015-17
  • Revised reporting procedures for executive compensation as delineated in Notice PIH 2015-14 
  • Changes to requirements regarding portability as set forth in the Streamlining Portability Final Rule 
  • Modifications to account for the updated VMS User Manual 
  • The addition of several new exhibits to illustrate and explain financial concepts and processes 
  • Insertion of additional citations and references to substantiate source material 
  • Other modifications and clarifications to bring the content current with HUD regulations and guidance 

You must purchase a NMA Master Book in order to subscribe to the accompanying revision service. We can initiate a revision service as long as you purchase that revision service before a new revision has been issued. After a new revision is issued, you can initiate (or reinstate) for $189 plus a $75 reinstatement fee.

Save 10% When You Order the Master Book and Revision Service Together

 

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