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What information must be disclosed in the notes to the financial statements for NFP entities?

Not-for-profit organizations are required to disclose information that is relevant about the liquidity or the maturity of assets and liabilities. This will include restrictions and self-imposed limits on the use of specified items.

The notes to the financial statements for not-for-profit organizations should consist of both quantitative and qualitative information:

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