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Nonprofit Speaking Topics

Are you looking for someone to speak for a nonprofit conference, meeting or special event? We can help!

Eide Bailly has more than 100 nonprofit professionals who have in-depth expertise and real-world experience working with and for tax exempt organizations. We speak at national, regional and local conferences, and are available to speak at your organization’s next meeting or special event.

The following is a list of topics we can tailor to meet your unique needs:

  • Board Education
  • Audit and Accounting Update
  • Tax Update
  • Internal Controls
  • Fraud Prevention
  • Analytical Procedures
  • Cost Allocations
  • Mergers
  • Governance
  • Identifying Red Flags
  • Obtaining and Applying For Credit
  • Volunteer Management
  • Running a Nonprofit Like a Business
  • Contributions vs Exchange Transactions
  • Internal vs External Financial Reporting
  • Budgeting
  • Strategic Thinking and Planning
  • Proposed Accounting Standards (lease accounting, revenue recognition)
  • Blue Ribbon Panel

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