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Gather round! Tapp Network’s monthly educational event and networking series to empower nonprofits are back! The events are called Tapp Socials and encourage those in the nonprofit space to share best practices, ask questions, learn and collaborate. This month, the focus will be on the latest nonprofit accounting updates and best practices to implement in your nonprofit organization.
Tapp Network hosts Tapp Socials each month in an attempt to foster growth and community engagement within the downtown Wilmington area. The socials range from tips on how to achieve better fundraising strategies for your nonprofit to understanding and getting comfortable with data reporting and utilization. After the workshop there is always a networking happy hour hosted in The Mill Space. For more information regarding these monthly summits, visit TappSocial.com
What is #TappSocial?
Wilmington’s ONLY monthly educational event and networking series, empowering nonprofit thought leaders to share innovative best practices through the latest advances in digital marketing, technology, and community impact.
What Will Be Covered
It’s important to stay up to speed on whats happening in the world of accounting, especially as a Nonprofit. It can get tough sometimes with everchanging legislation, and fraud to stay ahead of the game and be on top of your accounting methods.
In this inspirational discussion, Your Part-Time Controller (YPTC) will highlight emerging changes in nonprofit accounting, including implications of the new tax law. They will also discuss steps you can take to protect your organization against fraud, including the latest fraud scams, and will explore the characteristics of a “best-in-class” finance departments.
Your Part-Time Controller, LLC helps nonprofits with their accounting. From bookkeeping to controllership and CFO-level support, we customize our services to suit each client’s needs. By doing what we do best, we enable nonprofits to do what they do best, with the security of knowing their finance department is running the way it should.
Kerri Padgett is YPTC’s Training Director and an employee of the firm for over 12 years. In addition to keeping her staff of accounting professionals well-trained on all things “nonprofit,” she also provides education and training to YPTC’s clients and is a frequent guest speaker. For over 7 years, she was an adjunct professor for the graduate arts administration program at Drexel University’s Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design. A CPA, Kerri holds a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Arizona State University and a dual MS in Accounting and Taxation from Drexel University.
Last year, Kerri conducted YPTC’s ASU 2016-14: Are You Ready? presentation and webinars to approximately 700 nonprofit leaders in 4 cities.
The event will take place from 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM in the Mill Space, located on the 4th floor of the Nemours Building. The workshop will be held from 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM followed by networking from 5:00 – 6:00. As always, light food and beverages are provided.
Parking is available at the Community Services Parking Garage located on 11th and Orange St. Alternatively, parking can be purchased in advance here for the City Center Wilmington Garage located on 12th Street.
Don’t miss a chance to speak with Kerri about best practices for your organization. Seating is limited.
Sign Up Now for this insightful discussion on how you can avoid fraud, stay on top of legislation and learn “best-in-class” accounting techniques for your nonprofit!
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