Financial Management Power Hour for Non-Profit Leaders
Indiana Non-Profit Virtual Event
Thursday, November 17th, 2022
We know that many not-for-profit leaders wear multiple hats. You’ve got the strategy, the mission and the vision set. But to grow the organization, you need to know the ins-and-outs of running a business too. That’s why Barnes Dennig hosted this 60-minute power hour on tax, accounting, and financial hot topics that our not-for-profit clients want to know more about.
Join us virtually as our not-for-profit pros cover:
- The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) – What is it, how do I qualify, and how much money did you say I can still get?
- Audit, Review, or a Compilation – Which one do I really need to take my organization to the next level?
- Form 990 + Bookkeeping Tricks – How to make these requirements work for your organization
- New Accounting Standards & Lease Requirements – Get ahead of the curve before these mandatory changes get ahead of you!
- And, lively Q&A with Presenters – All in 60 minutes!
This event is presented free of charge by Barnes Dennig’s non-profit team.
About the Speakers:
Cheryl Ganim, CPA – Cheryl is one of the leaders of the COVID-19 Advisory Services team at Barnes Dennig. Her expertise and thought leadership in state and local taxation, credits and incentives, and tax research and analysis make her an asset to growth-minded clients in all industries. Cheryl has helped numerous companies identify and execute state tax planning opportunities, internal best practices, and minimize tax exposure.
Paula Hume, CPA – Paula has more than 25 years of expertise on the tax code as it relates to not-for-profit organizations, a specialization that makes her a popular resource for local organizations and a decided asset to Barnes Dennig’s clients. Since joining Barnes Dennig, she has worked exclusively with not-for-profit clients, which gives her unique insights into the issues they face.
Kara Wysinski, CPA – Kara has more than 10 years of experience on the Non-Profit Client Service Team at Barnes Dennig. In her time at the firm she has worked with non-profits in the social service, behavioral health, healthcare and arts sectors. She also has received specialized training and performed compliance audit work under OMB Uniform Grant Guidance (formerly, Circular A-133).
Rob Ford, CPA – As a non-profit team leader and partner in charge of the Indiana office, Rob utilizes his 27 years of experience to provide assurance services to non-profit organizations of all types. He provides key value-added initiatives to clients related to best practices with internal controls, grants management and other financial practices.