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July’s #TappSocial could protect your nonprofit from fraud

This free workshop with Your Part-Time Controller will keep you on top of what's new in nonprofit accounting.

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Like anything these days, nonprofit accounting needs to evolve as things change. Some changes, like new tax laws, are expected. Some, like Automated Clearing House (ACH) fraud, can be a nasty surprise if you’re not careful.

The Tapp Network’s#TappSocial workshop in July will tackle nonprofit accounting with “Change Happens! Even in the Nonprofit Accounting World” — presented by Your Part-Time Controller.

Topics will include the implications of the new tax law, fraud protection and best practices.

As always, #TappSocial is free, and takes place at The Mill from 3–5 p.m., followed by a happy hour and networking.


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