McKonly & Asbury recognizes the critical importance that the nonprofit sector plays in our community. Always striving to be a valued resource to keep you on the forefront of emerging nonprofit accounting and tax matters, we are excited to invite you to join us on Monday, June 4th for a Nonprofit Seminar!
Hosted by McKonly & Asbury, this seminar will provide timely, relevant topics to nonprofit organizations and will be held at the Giant Community Center in the Giant Food Store located at 3301 Trindle Road, Camp Hill, PA. Registration and breakfast will begin at 8:30am and the seminar will run from 9:00am until 12:00pm. The cost to attend is $25 and CPE credits will be available.
A glimpse of the morning’s speakers and topics are as follows:
Victoria Radabaugh Lindstrom, President of Suasion, LLC
Marketing Isn’t Really An Expense! – Sure, we categorize any costs associated with marketing a nonprofit organization in an expense account of some sort. However, when done right, marketing should be an investment of resources that yields real results. So what can you expect to get out of this investment? And how do you invest for the maximum return? We’ll discuss the best way to approach marketing, how to get the most out of your marketing dollars, and which tools you should consider, including the latest trend, Social Media.
Gary Dubas, Partner with McKonly & Asbury
Tax Issues Facing Nonprofit Organizations – We will cover a number of areas regarding tax reporting requirements of nonprofit organizations. Topics covered will include changes to the Form 990, emerging issues regarding unrelated business income, and tax matters regarding contributions.
Jim Shellenberger, Senior Manager with McKonly & Asbury
Hot Topics in Nonprofit Accounting and Auditing – This session will include a number of hot topics that impact nonprofit organizations including changes to the nonprofit reporting model, changes to yellow book and A-133 auditing standards, and a lease accounting standard update. We will also present 10 tips for year end closing and audit preparation, performing risk assessments, and segregation of duties in the accounting department.
To register for this event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (717) 972-5822.