April 16, 2019
The time is approaching for Greene Finney's annual conference! This year we are planning on providing the usual accounting, auditing, tax and legal updates, but we will also be incorporating some sessions on working with elected officials and personal financial planning. This is a great opportunity to earn CPE credits, while learning about financial information specific to the nonprofit and governmental industries.
Join us for breakfast, lunch, networking and some great education!
When: May 30, 2019 8:30am-4:30pm
Where: Kroc Center (424 Westfield Street Greenville, SC 29601)
Topics include: GASB, FASB, Single Audit and Tax Updates, Nonprofit News, the Actuarial Process, Working with Elected Officials, Financial Advisory Update, Retirement Tips, Social Security Facts and Myths, Impact Fees and more!
This conference is FREE for GF clients and $100 per person for nonclients. If you have any questions please contact Rebekah Whitacre at 864-232-5204 or at Rebekah.Whitacre@gfhllp.com.
Please mark your calendars, and plan to join us for the annual Greene Finney conference! If you would like to attend, then please register by following the link below!
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