Seminar: Annual Update for AccountantsAmina Vila
Thursday, December 1, 2016
Salvation Army Kroc Center
2500 Division Avenue South
Grand Rapids, MI 49507
8:00 a.m. Registration/Full Breakfast
8:30 a.m. – 12:00p.m. Program Topics
The Most Significant Changes in Accounting for Leases in 40 Years
Chris Harper, CPA, MBA, Senior Manager, Hungerford Nichols CPAs + Advisors
Financial Health Indicators for your Business and our Annual Payroll Tax and 1099 Update
Tessa Keena, Manager, Hungerford Nichols CPAs + Advisors
Best Practices for Following the New DOL Overtime Rules and Properly Maintaining Employee Records
Special Guest Speakers: Attorneys Scott Dwyer and Kurt Graham, Mika Meyers, PLC
Unclaimed Property – Overview and Exemptions for Businesses
Jon Sytsma, CPA, MST, Senior Manager, Hungerford Nichols CPAs + Advisors
The President’s Tax Plan: What Does it Mean for Your Business and Your Family for the Next Four Years?
Brett Karhoff, CPA, MST, Shareholder, Hungerford Nichols CPAs + Advisors
RSVP: By November 21, 2016
QUESTIONS: Contact Dolly Lowe at 616.949.3200 or firstname.lastname@example.org
3 hours of CPE credit will be provided for CPAs
In lieu of a seminar registration fee, please consider bringing a donation for Arbor Circle.
Arbor Circle guides people to build the strengths, skills, and support networks needed to adapt to or even avoid life’s challenges. They develop these tools for life through more than 35 counseling, education, and prevention programs. As one of West Michigan’s most comprehensive providers of mental health counseling, substance use treatment, and family development programs, Arbor Circle serves more than 13,000 children, youth, adults, and families every year
You can help support Arbor Circle’s mission by donating items from their wish list or making a donation of cash or check. Make checks payable to “Arbor Circle”. You may bring your donations to the event.
Click here for their Amazon WISH LIST. You may shop off the list and have it sent directly to Arbor Circle or you use the list to generate ideas of what to bring to the event.
High demand items requested as well:
- Youth backpacks – new or used, any age, any style
- Children’s books – new or used, especially board books and early readers
- Winter hats – new, teen sizes
- Winter gloves – new or used, children’s and teen sizes
- Socks – new, men’s and women’s sizes
- Underwear – new, men’s and women’s sizes
- Deodorant – men’s and women’s
- Travel size snacks – crackers, granola bars, nuts