2020 Not-for-Profit Accounting Conference: Afternoon Sessions

2020 Not-for-Profit Accounting Conference: Afternoon Sessions

2020 Not-for-Profit Accounting Conference: Afternoon Sessions


Robert Mathers, Shareholder, von Briesen & Roper, s.c.
Michelle Weber, Not-for-Profit Tax Partner, Grant Thornton LLP
Tom Wojcinski, Director, Wipfli LLP
Thomas Moniz, Shareholder, von Briesen & Roper, s.c.
Wendy Baumann, President & CVO, Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation


Sessions covered in this On-Demand replay of the Not-for-Profit Accounting Conference:

Tax Update for Exempt Organizations
The Form 990 is a truly unique tax filing in that it contains a plethora of information and it’s all open to public inspection. This session will explore what is new for exempt organization tax, including Form 990 and 990-T updates, IRS Exempt Organization Division activity and other tax issues impacting Form 990 filers. Most notably, the session will dive into the impact of recent tax legislation on exempt organizations.

Tell Your Story: Financial & Fundraising Awareness
In this session, you’ll find out practical ways of effective fund development and strategies for both the art and science of fundraising as the presenter shares her first-hand experience in leading WWBIC for over 26 years and her previous employment roles with MATC and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin, as well as the development and fundraising of initiatives such as the Milwaukee Public Market and the Hank Aaron State Trail.

Trends in Cybersecurity Attacks & Actionable Steps to Protect Your Organization
Learn about recent attack trends affecting nonprofits through a discussion of recent examples and an overview of how and why attackers are breaking into organizations like yours. You’ll also learn what the most critical actions are for you to take to increase your organization’s cybersecurity posture and its resistance and resilience to cyberattacks.

Nonprofit Accounting Ethics Update & Lessons From a Global Pandemic
Less than a year into a new decade and we already have a changing landscape in the world of nonprofit accounting. Add in a global pandemic, and the ethics implications are substantial. This session will discuss three main concepts, in particular, the ethics challenges facing your nonprofit practice and clients during and following a global pandemic, including:

  1. Ethical issues associated with nonprofit audits and related services, including conflicts of interests, objectivity and public trust;
  2. Techniques you can discuss with your nonprofit clients to address the ethical challenges of nonprofit accounting’s heightened public scrutiny and higher standards; and
  3. Managing ethical issues raised by a post-COVID-19 landscape as nonprofits are learning to work with even less staff and resources, increased remote working and a heightened potential for fraud.

NOTE: This session qualifies for 1.2 credits toward the WICPA membership Ethics CPD requirement.

5.2 CPE Credits


Registration is open through 09/01.

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