Fiscal Leadership Training
Hilo, Hawaii Seminar - June 4, 2019
(SOLD OUT) Wailuku, Hawaii Seminar - June 7, 2019
If you are a Board Member or
Executive Director and want to learn how to read nonprofit financial statements, in order to ask good questions and make good financial decisions - this training is for you!
This seminar is made for people who are not bookkeepers or accountants.
Tuesday June 4, 2019 8:00A.M. - 3:00P.M.
Hilo Hawaiian Hotel
(SOLD OUT) Wailuku, Hawaii
Friday June 7, 2019 8:00A.M. - 3:00P.M.
Session 1 - Fiscal Training for Non-Accountants. Learn to read and understand financial statements and make good fiscal decisions.
Session 2 - Internal Controls. Success is supported by smooth running and safe Fiscal Operations.
Session 3 - How to Build your Non-Profit Dream Team. All great success is the result of a team of people working together.
You will learn:
The key to nonprofit fiscal success.
How to assess the financial condition of your Organization.
How to calculate your organization’s “True” cash position.
This is your Agency’s “BLOOD PRESSURE.”
Learn what is your “Real” profit or loss. It’s not what you think!
You will know:
How to read a balance sheet and ask good questions.
How to read profit and loss by funding source statement.
How to analyze Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable.
How to be an effective part of Internal Controls.
How to get value from your audit and CPA Firm.
Lunch and refreshments are included!
John D. Carbonaro is a CPA with over 32 years of non-profit auditing experience.
"I spent months making this training for regular people, not bean counter accountant types. It is fun, interactive, motivational, and very educational!"
$75 per person (includes food, refreshments, and a workbook)
To Sign Up
Contact Marsee at (808) 242-5002 and make a payment via credit card or mail a check to our office.
Or sign up online! Click this Seminar Registration link or the "Seminar Registration" button at the top of the page and fill out the form.
Pre-registration and payment are necessary no later than a week before the starting date!