More than 30 financial and operating executives from New Jersey nonprofit organizations attended The Mercadien Group’s complimentary breakfast seminar, “The OMB Super Circular: What Does It Mean and How Will It Affect My Organization?” at its offices on March 31, 2015.
Part of the firm’s long-running Nonprofit Revenue Enhancement Seminar Series, and qualified as continuing professional education (CPE), the two-hour forum identified the objectives and background of the reforms, effective last December; detailed the major new accounting, audit and administrative provisions with which nonprofits must comply; and addressed various implications and possible impact on the organizations’ operations and financials.
The seminar was presented by Christine R. Thomas, CPA, CGMA, Manager, and moderated by Sherise D. Ritter, CPA, CGFM, PSA, CGMA, Principal and Practice Leader of Mercadien’s Nonprofit Services Group. Formed more than a quarter century ago and today working with hundreds of clients, it is one of the largest accounting practices in the Delaware Valley dedicated to serving the needs of nonprofit, social service, charitable and trade organizations.
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