Registration is closed.
Wednesday, March 20, 2019 | 11:15 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Rob Olcott, CIMA, AIF, Regional Director (bio)
DiMeo Schneider & Associates
Rob Dickinson, CPA, Controller (bio)
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
Christian Spencer, CPA, Partner (bio)
Tate & Tryon
How much should your organization have in reserves and why? Members are asking questions, revenue sources are maturing, and economic conditions are changing—not always for the better. Now, perhaps more than at any previous time, nonprofit organizations need to be thoughtful about how they determine how much to maintain in reserves and how they manage these important assets.
- The history behind reserve funds, from the “why’s?” to the “how much?”
- The importance of “bucketing” reserve funds
- Using Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) to identify risks and opportunities unique to your organization
- How one association used ERM to “right size” its reserves
Where: National Housing Center | 1201 15th Street, NW | Washington, DC 20005 (map) (NEW LOCATION)
Metro: Guests can take the Metro to Farragut North or McPherson Square. (view map)
Parking: There is plenty of parking within a few blocks of the National Housing Center.
Check-In: ID required upon arrival.
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Registering yourself: FAR members, please make sure to log in to the FAR website to receive FAR member registration options. FAR members may add nonprofit guests to your registration.
Registering a substitute: FAR members, please do NOT log in to the FAR website if you are registering a colleague as your substitute, simply go to the event page and select the appropriate substitute registration. FAR members may add nonprofit guests to the registration.
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This program has been approved for CPE and CAE credit.
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