"Is Your Control Environment in a Danger Zone?”
LaPorte CPAs and Business Advisors
Lunch and Learn
One of the primary responsibilities of nonprofit Boards of Directors and management is to ensure that the organization is accountable for its programs and finances to contributors, members, and the public and government regulators.
The development, practice and maintenance of the internal controls will help to ensure accountability and a successful audit. Internal control systems address a number of issues: reduce the likelihood of losing assets by fraud or error; increase the effectiveness and efficiency of operating procedures; enhance the reliability of financial reporting, reduce the costs of audits, and ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
No matter the size and shape of your nonprofit-it is critical that internal controls and separation of duties are in place to protect the organization's assets and reputation.
Come join LANO and LaPorte for lunch and learning on how to develop and implement sound internal controls that align with best practices and regulations for the nonprofit sector. This session is perfect for board members, executive directors and staff responsible for financial management. Participants will receive materials with information and samples that can be easily implemented as soon as you get back to your nonprofit.
Lunch is being provided by LaPorte. Space is limited, so register today. For more information contact Kellie Chavez Greene at email@example.com.