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Not For Profit Accounting Workshop


 
  • TOPIC 1 DETAILS (am)
  • Not-For-Profit Accounting – Tips and Challenges
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  • Accounting and finance work in a not-for-profit sector context is constantly evolving, from what might be termed a ‘best practice’ perspective. This workshop-style session will explore the major accounting challenges and hone in on some keys tips that can be practically implemented into everyday working life. The session will discuss important areas such as systems and processes, accounting and reconciliations, grant and acquittal accounting, preparing reports, accounts payable and receivable, budgeting and forecasting, and working with non-finance people.
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  • It would be a valuable session for not-for-profit finance managers, accountants, treasurers and finance staff.
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  • TOPIC 2 DETAILS (pm)
  • Not-For-Profit Sector Annual Technical Update
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  • The only constant on the not-for-profit sector landscape is change! This valuable update session will focus on the developments and changes over the last twelve months that will impact on charities and not-for-profit organisations operating in the sector. There will be an emphasis on unpacking and explaining recent legislative change in areas such as accounting standards and the AASB, the ATO and forms of taxation, the ACNC and ASIC. Time will also be spent in the broader perspective of looking at trends and developments across the sector.
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  • It would be a valuable session for not-for-profit finance managers, accountants, treasurers and finance staff.
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  • PRESENTER DETAILS
  • Brenton Cox has many years of experience in senior finance and consulting roles, across a diverse range of sectors and organisations. Initially he worked within a professional practice environment at KPMG and Bentleys MRI, managing a portfolio of small business and investor clients. After a nine month sabbatical overseeing a small humanitarian aid team in Romania, he took up the role of Finance Manager with the Port Adelaide Football Club.
  • Since leaving the AFL scene in 2008 he has worked extensively in finance, accounting, management and advisory roles across the not-for-profit sector, for organisations such as Guide Dogs SA, Alzheimer’s Australia SA, Zoos SA and the Adelaide Festival Centre. He is passionate about the sector and his areas of specialty include all aspects of accounting and the finance function, reporting, governance, statutory and legislative compliance, and not-for-profit start-ups.
  • He currently works as Accounting and Technical Consultant for Not for Profit Accounting Specialists in Adelaide.
  • When
  • Wednesday 24 May 2017
  • Registration from 9am, morning topic starts at 9.30am, afternoon topic starts at 12.30pm. Finish time 4.00pm
  • Location

    Mantra on the Esplanade
    88 The Esplanade
    Darwin, Australia

  • Pricing

  • REGISTRATION   PAY BEFORE HOW MUCH?
    (inc GST)
    Full day, single registration*  on or before 30 April 2017  $355
     after 30 April 2017  $395
    Single topic (half day) registration (including networking lunch)*  on or before 30 April 2017  $205
     after 30 April 2017   $225
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  • *Discount (on above prices) for second or more persons from same organisation - 20% reduction 

  • Contact Details

    Sue - admin@nfpas.com.au
    Ph: 1300 123 nfp (637)

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