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PICPA thanks the attendees and speakers of the 2017 Not-for-Profit Conference!

A BIG round of applause to these organizations for being represented by multiple team members at the conference:

Bee Bergvall & Company
Bertz, Hess & Company, LLP
Boles Metzger Brosius & Walborn PC
Boyer & Ritter LLC
Fink and Company PC
Giordano & Associates CPAs PC
Herbein + Company, Inc
Jones Kohanski & CO., PC
Kreischer Miller
Lancaster Family YMCA
Larson, Kellett & Associates, P. C.
Louis Plung & Co LLP
Maher Duessel
McKonly & Asbury LLP
Pennsylvania State Education Association
RKL LLP
RLH CPAs & Business Advisors, LLC
Sager, Swisher & Company, LLP
Schneider Downs & Company, Inc
Smith Elliott Kearns & Company, LLC
Snyder Daitz & Company
Stambaugh Ness PC
Trout Ebersole & Groff LLP
Your Part-Time Controller, LLC
Zelenkofske Axelrod LLC
 

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  • Health of the Not-for-Profit Sector

  • Internal Controls – Risk Assessment is the Key for Both Large and Small Not-for-Profits
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  • Organizational Policies Every Not-for-Profit Needs: Are You Covered?

  • Picture This: A Roadmap to Financial Health Using Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Dashboards

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