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2017 Annual Washington, D.C. Not-for-Profit Seminar

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Event:
2017 Annual Washington, D.C. Not-for-Profit Seminar
Date:
October 27, 2017
Venue:
City Club of Washington, D.C.
Address:
555 13th Street, NW Columbia Square
Washington, DC
20004
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Agenda

8:30 – 8:55 Registration & Networking
8:55 – 9:00 Welcome
Scott Denlinger, CPA, Partner | Cherry Bakaert LLP
9:00 – 9:50 Making Sense Out of Change
Jonathan Kraftchick, CPA, Managing Director | Cherry Bekaert LLP
9:50 – 10:40 What’s New in the Nonprofit Tax World
Amanda Adams, CPA, Managing Director | Cherry Bekaert LLP
10:40 – 11:00 Break
11:00 – 11:50 Why Everyone Hates Their Software
Toby Stansell, Managing Director | Cherry Bekaert LLP
11:50 – 1:00 Lunch
1:00 – 1:50 HR Update: What’s Happening in Washington
Susan Maley Rash, CEBS, REBC, Senior Vice President, Health Care Reform Practice Leader | BB&T Insurance Services, Inc.
1:50 – 2:40 Economic Outlook
Carolyne Pelton, Senior Vice President | BB&T Regional Corporate Banking Manager
2:40 – 2:55 Break
2:55 – 3:45 Not-For-Profit Accounting & Auditing Update
Scott Denlinger, CPA, Partner | Cherry Bekaert LLP
3:45 – 4:00 Final Words
Scott Denlinger, CPA, Partner | Cherry Bekaert LLP

Early Registration is now open. Seating is limited, so sign up today! Register Here »

Key Topics

Making Sense Out of Change

Now more than ever, status quo is not an option. Some of us embrace this, but most of us chose accounting because of its stability. While we may intuitively know that change must happen for progress to occur, for many of us, the idea of change brings frustration and fear. While you may not be able to change reality, you can certainly change your perception. During this course, we’ll explore common psychological reactions to change and explore techniques and other tips on how to mitigate the perceived threat and how to learn to embrace a little more chaos in your life.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Explain why many of us resist change (unless it’s our idea, of course)
  2. Establish a culture of creativity and trust to effectively lead your organization through change

What’s New in the Nonprofit Tax World

The program will bring you up-to-date on the latest developments and trends affecting nonprofit organizations from a tax perspective. Topics will include the ACT recommendations, data tools for IRS examinations, IRS priorities for tax-exempt organizations for the next fiscal year, and other topics of interest.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify the recent tax developments affecting the nonprofit industry
  2. Discuss the current IRS work plan results and future areas of focus
  3. Recognize the ACT recommendations

Why Everyone Hates Their Software

One of the pervasive commercial realities today is that many… maybe most… organizations are dissatisfied with the performance of their primary “run-the-business” software… usually a brand-name ERP or Financial system that is broadly distributed and widely used. To a person, business and I.T. executives tell us that their ERP/Financial systems have not met their original expectations and that the productivity of their personnel and processes have not materially improved as a result of deploying new software. So what is the problem… and how do we address it?

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn the four primary reasons why most organizations are dissatisfied with their primary ERP and/or Financial systems
  2. Recognize why having an external technology partner is critical to managing and leveraging the breadth of technology deployed in most organizations today
  3. Understand some analytical approaches that can help an organization align its objectives, strategies, and processes with its information systems so that greater ROI can be secured from the information systems

HR Update: What’s Happening in Washington

This program will review Washington federal matters that impact employers. Topics will include health care repeal-and-replace failures, IRS priorities for ACA employer reporting and other agency actions such as HHS, DOL, and EEOC.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Review recent ACA repeal health care legislation and failures
  2. Discuss IRS employer reporting requirements in place for 2017
  3. Identify other HR impacts by HHS, EEOC, DOI, and IRS Cadillac tax in 2020

Not-For-Profit Accounting & Auditing Update

This program is designed to provide not-for-profit CFO’s, controllers, and other professionals with a broad update on new and potential accounting pronouncements issued by the FASB that will or may have a potential impact on not-for-profit entities.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Recognize recently-issued ASU’s and their impact on NFP entities
  2. Review various illustrative examples to give a better picture of the proposed changes
  3. Review pending exposure drafts and their potential impact on NFP entities

CPE Accreditation

Prerequisites | None
Advanced Preparation | None
Hours of CPE | 6 Hours*
Delivery Method | Group Live
Program Level | Basic
CPE Category | Accounting, Auditing, Taxes, Business Management & Organization

For More Information

Please contact Carolyn Wagner-Schmitz at cwagner-schmitz@cbh.com.CBH BBT

 

Includes 6 Hours of CPE* at no charge!

Registration

There is no fee for this seminar! Register early to reserve your seat. Registration deadline is Tuesday, October 24, 2017.

Who Should Attend

Executive Directors, Presidents, CEOs, Vice Presidents, CFOs, Controllers, Bookkeepers or anyone responsible for financial management within a nonprofit organization.

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2017 Annual Washington, D.C. Not-for-Profit Seminar