Financial Statements for Beginners
September 28, 2017
- 11:00 AM
If you can read the nutrition label on a can of peaches or cheer at a football score board, you can learn to read basic financial statements. If you can follow a recipe or apply for a credit card, you can learn basic accounting principles. Financial statements are the report card of business. As a nonprofit leader or board member you are required to keep track of the organizations finances. You need to understand how to read, analyze, and create financial statements so you can get a full and accurate understanding of how much money there is, how much debt is owed, the income coming in each moth, and the expenses going out the door. This class provides a quick review of how to do all of that. Basic Financials aren’t difficult to learn and they certainly aren’t rocket science.
This event is a private webinar event. In order to
receive related documents you must register AND pay for this event at least 1 day in
advance. Payment is required for EACH individual person attending
the webinar. When full payment is received, this information
will be emailed to you.
This class will be offered online
Vice President of Programs
Chellie has over 20 years of management and accounting experience. Originally from Minnesota, she entered the nonprofit arena and Alaska simultaneously in 2001. Since that time, she has worked with nonprofit organizations ranging in size from 4 to 400+ employees. Her career includes experience in volunteer management, fundraising and project management. She is a recent graduate of the 2014 cohort of Leadership Anchorage and the 2015 cohort of the Catalyst for Nonprofit Excellence Program. She is an active member of her community recently leading initiatives to build the Seward Community Playground, to launch the Seward Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Alaska Community Foundation, and to raise funds to construct the Seward Community Library Museum.