Accounting for Social Enterprise

You're passionate about your cause. You're passionate about having an impact. What you're not passionate about is keeping the books, but you need to be. Learn some basics about accounting for nonprofit and social enterprise organizations that will keep you on the right track (and out of Uncle Sam's crosshairs) so you can be the master of your own books.


Paul Konigstein is a seasoned controller and CFO with over two decades of experience assisting nonprofit organizations.  His expertise includes Form 990, A-133 audits, grant compliance, bank account reconciliations, budgeting and forecasting, cash management, cost accounting, general ledger, and month-end closing. Paul is currently a Senior Consultant with Accounting Management Solutions.



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  • Justin

    Any update on the location for this event?

    March 2, 2013

    • Nate H.

      Yes, sorry for the delay in posting that. It'll be at the AlleyNYC, 500 7th ave, 17th floor. I'll post more details tomorrow.

      March 2, 2013

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