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Nonprofit Fiscal Managers Association

Year-End Fiscal Outlook

Online Event

About this event

Nonprofits require sustained funding sources and steady financial management. Each year, new rules, regulations, and/or ordinances may affect nonprofits and their funding. In this session, we will review 2023 and discuss any recent changes in the nonprofit sector and how to stay compliant. We’ll discuss changes in Oregon and the Portland Metro area, including Oregon’s Equal Pay Act and Paid Leave program, Metro taxes and payroll, the City of Portland’s rental registration requirement, business tax filing requirements, audit and single audit requirements, and more.

We’ll also discuss the outlook for nonprofit finance trends in 2024, ensuring you know what will impact your organization’s bottom line. At the end of this session, participants will be more equipped to navigate these changes through tax and financial perspectives.

NAO is committed to creating inclusive learning environments and providing reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. Automatic closed captioning via Zoom is turned on by default for all NAO virtual sessions. For other accommodation requests, please contact us at [email protected]. Advanced notice of at least 10 days is appreciated.

Thank You Sponsor and Funders

Partner Sponsor: Umpqua Bank
Foundation Supporters: Meyer Memorial Trust and M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

Cost

$45 NAO Members
$75 Nonmembers
This event is NFMA Member Pass eligible.

If you have any questions or trouble registering, contact [email protected]

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Nonprofits require sustained funding sources and steady financial management. Each year, new rules, regulations, and/or ordinances may affect nonprofits and their funding. In this session, we will review 2023 and discuss any recent changes in the nonprofit sector and how to stay compliant. We'll discuss changes in Oregon and the Portland Metro area, including Oregon's Equal Pay Act and Paid Leave program, Metro taxes and payroll, the City of Portland's rental registration requirement, business tax filing requirements, audit and single audit requirements, and more.

We'll also discuss the outlook for nonprofit finance trends in 2024, ensuring you know what will impact your organization's bottom line. At the end of this session, participants will be more equipped to navigate these changes through tax and financial perspectives.

NAO is committed to creating inclusive learning environments and providing reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. Automatic closed captioning via Zoom is turned on by default for all NAO virtual sessions. For other accommodation requests, please contact us at [email protected]. Advanced notice of at least 10 days is appreciated.

Thank You Sponsor and Funders

Partner Sponsor: Umpqua Bank
Foundation Supporters: Meyer Memorial Trust and M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

Cost

$45 NAO Members
$75 Nonmembers
This event is NFMA Member Pass eligible.

If you have any questions or trouble registering, contact [email protected]

When
January 18th, 2024 from  9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Location
Online Event
Event Fee(s)
Price
Price $75.00
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City Online learning
NAO Event? Yes
Topic Financial Oversight
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Event Region Central Oregon, Eastern Oregon, Metropolitan Portland, North Coast, Northern Willamette Valley, South Coast, Southern Oregon, Southern Willamette Valley
Programmatic Approach Capacity Builiding, Principles & Practices
Presenters Blaine Bradford, Grace Charles
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Tax Manager at McDonald Jacobs PC

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