Fundamentals of Nonprofit FinanceDate: Nov 27, 2012
Time: 08:30 AM to 12:00 PM
|Fee: $45 for MCN members / $55 for nonmembers|
Nonprofit finance has unique rules, conditions, and terminology. This session will provide an introduction to financial reports, the accounting rules governing restricted funds, and nonprofit reporting requirements. We will unpack financial jargon and use real nonprofit examples to illustrate key concepts. You will learn to clarify financial roles and responsibilities and how to create effective internal controls and policies.
Take this workshop in conjunction with Fundamentals of Budgeting for a comprehensive overview of nonprofit financial management.
Part of Nonprofits Assistance Fund’s Fundamental Skills series, helping those new to nonprofit finance gain the basic operating skills and confidence needed to achieve mission goals. Perfect for those new to the nonprofit sector, or for board members, program managers, administrative staff, or executive directors looking for a financial refresher.
The 2012 financial management workshop series is co-sponsored by MCN and Nonprofits Assistance Fund.
Please register through the Nonprofit Assistance Fund website. For information regarding the financial management workshop series, contact Amanda Dlouhy at 612-278-7161 or email@example.com.
About the Presenter
Curt Klotz, Nonprofit Assistance Fund finance director, oversees the financial and operational activities of Nonprofits Assistance Fund including corporate records, grants/contracts compliance and reporting, and all other areas of the management information system. Curt has worked in the nonprofit sector for over 25 years, both in program and financial management roles. He has provided management consulting and accounting for a variety of nonprofits, was an adjunct faculty member in the Business Department at Carroll College, and has presented financial management seminars for the Nonprofit Professional Development Series at Carroll and for the MNA Annual Conference. Curt is a licensed Certified Public Accountant in the State of Montana (inactive). He is a graduate of St. Olaf College.