New Finance series starting April 23!

See our fancy schmancy e-postcard version of these classes!

Part 1: Converting Audit Pain to Organization Gain
Wednesday, April 23 from 9 a.m. – noon

How can we make our nonprofit audits easier? Ask the auditors! We’ll review common steps to successful audit preparation: upfront and advance planning; making your software work for you; effectively assigning the preparation listing; embracing internal control suggestions from prior audits and implementing interim audit work. Instructor: Michele O’Leary, CPA, Alpern Rosenthal

Part 2: Staying in Control
Wednesday, May 7 from 9 a.m. – noon

Proper internal controls may be all that stand between a healthy organization and chaos. Learn what internal controls are, why your organization needs them, and how to stay out of trouble. Sometimes it’s the dry subjects that are just what you need to keep from being all wet. Instructor: Tom Ryan, Horovitz, Rudoy and Roteman

Part 3: Top Ten Things Every Nonprofit Board Member Should Know About Financial Oversight Wednesday, May 21 from 9 a.m. – noon

You are the public’s watchdog! All nonprofit board members need to be aware of key elements regarding interim financial information, organizational audits and audited financial statements, and tax filings like the 990. Learn actionable items you can apply to your own board service.  Instructor: Betsy Krisher, Maher Duessel

Cost is $65 per class ($55 if paid online) or $150 for all three sessions. Register online today or call Shelby at 412-397-6000.

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