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Where to go for non-profit resources

A few conferences are coming up which are of note – in April, the Christian Leadership Alliance (CLA) will host the annual CLA conference in San Diego. In June, the AICPA will host the non-profit industry conference in Washington D.C. Historically, I’ve found the D.C. conference packed with knowledgeable industry resources spanning a wide range of topics. I’ve always left the conference with a page of notes on questions I needed to ask at my organization, or reporting requirements I needed to understand better to be prepared to address in the future.

This year, I’m branching out to the CLA. While its target audience is more limited to Christian nonprofits and churches, it is scheduled to bring some of the most dynamic speakers on topics ranging from financial management, board governance and revenue to tax and legal issues. In a year where FAS 157 is becoming old news, 117-1 is up and running, and the new disclosure form 990 is nearly hot off the press, I want to take the opportunity to branch out to see how another national organization educates the community in accounting, reporting and compliance topics.

If I don’t see you there, I’ll tell you about what I discover.

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