1.5 CPE credit of Specialized Knowledge for all CPAs
1.5 CPD credit (Verifiable) for Canadian CPAs
1.5 General Educational credit for Tax Professionals / Bookkeepers / Accountants
leasecrunch: getting started with lease accounting (asc 842)
restaurant revitalization fund and all you need to know
general and professional ethical considerations for cpas - virginia approved 2021
taxes on cryptocurrency & digital assets with latest irs guidance
new form 941, form 7200, erc, tax credits under ffcra, & other payroll updates in covid-19
wage and hour law compliance: it’s more than just paying the hours on a time card
employee retention credit in-depth (with latest updates)
ppp loans and tax implications: guidance for s-corporations and partnerships
employee or independent contractor? that is the question!
leasecrunch: business impacts of the new lease standard
working capital management
capital gains and other proposed tax changes in the infrastructure bills
comprehensive guide to ppp - tax implications, forgiveness, forms & planning, erc etc.
working better together
One of the best pieces of advice for any nonprofit organization is to get rid of your Nominating Committee. For most organizations, the Nominating Committee has two primary functions: to fill vacant Board seats and to elect officers of the Board. Many nonprofits struggle with ineffective boards. Why? Most often it is because they do not take the board recruitment process seriously. Most boards can benefit by rethinking the way they recruit board members.
In this CPE webinar, we will discuss why nominating committees usually don’t work and an alternative that can assure a better way to identify, cultivate, recruit and retain board members that are committed to the mission of the organization, understand their role as a board member and are willing to help the organization meet its goals, especially in the area of fundraising.
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