You've got questions. We want to help you get them answered. Once a month we facilitate "Ask Me Anything" sessions within our Bite-Sized Learning series. We hear about nonprofit trends and topics and bring experts in these trends and topics to field your questions about them. Nonprofits of all sizes are welcome. Bring your lunch and eat while we talk. This month you will be able to "Ask Me Anything" about Accounting. Bring your questions or submit them ahead of time using this form.
Are there questions you have always wanted to ask a nonprofit auditor? What is the difference between Amortization and Depreciation? What does PBC mean anyway? This is your chance to ask the auditor questions!
The Bite-Sized Learning events are designed by MCN’s Greater Minnesota team to keep us connected across the state. All are welcome here.
The event will be hosted on Zoom. You will need a computer and a phone as a back-up audio method.
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In his role at Abdo, Steve Anseth
leads the firm’s nonprofit segment. Prior to going into public accounting, Steve spent nearly 15 years working for a large nonprofit organization, giving him the experience that helps him understand his clients’ organizations from the inside out. He has an in-depth understanding of how—and why—nonprofits operate. Steve is passionate about helping nonprofits succeed by improving their operations and internal controls. Steve joined Abdo in 2013 and has more than 25 years of experience working in and for nonprofit organizations. Steve enjoys public speaking, and regularly presents at events for the Minnesota CPA Society, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits, National Business Institute, and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council.
helps nonprofits solve complex accounting issues so that they can stay focused on their missions. Joe is a CPA at Abdo and works exclusively with nonprofit organizations. Whether providing fractional CFO services, outsourced accounting, internal control consulting, or performing Single Audits, he is dedicated to serving nonprofits. Joe found his passion for nonprofits while serving people with disabilities for many years. Now, as a member of a public accounting firm, Joe believes that his experiences serving people with disabilities brings a unique perspective to the firm and his clients. Joe is an active member of the Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants and is also a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Joe resides in St. Paul with his wife and black lab mix rescue.