November 9: Preparing for Your Annual Audit

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There are a number of reasons why a nonprofit may decide to conduct an independent audit. One primary reason is to demonstrate your commitment to financial transparency, a practice that donors and the public have come to expect from nonprofits. Your Community Foundation wants to help ease the burden of planning for this type of engagement.

Join Audit Director, Shannon Borden, and Tax Senior, Rachel Sterling from our own audit firm, Blue and Company, as they share best practices to help you understand what independent audits are and help you prepare your nonprofit for this type of engagement.

Shannon and Rachel will also discuss nonprofit tax filings, including information returns (Form 990), payroll tax issues and property tax returns and the role of your board in the audit process.


Thursday, November 9th

8:00 a.m. Registration and continental breakfast
8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m Workshop

Old Bag Factory
1100 Chicago Ave.
Goshen, IN 46528

$15 per person

Board members, executive directors wearing a financial hat, staff members who may not be familiar with nonprofit financial reporting, or an organization doing an audit for the first time


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