The recent federal tax reform has many of us in the non-profit world wondering—how will this affect us? Is fundraising about to get much more difficult? Or easier? What else will change for non-profits, outside of fundraising? How can we best prepare?
Team members from Kevin P. Martin & Associates, P.C. will share insights. Join us for a presentation that will address the new tax laws, their potential positives for non-profits, and how to navigate impending challenges. Attendees will learn how the tax reform will impact:
Individuals’ taxes and their philanthropy
Corporations’ taxes and their charitable contributions
Non-profits themselves, beyond their donors
Audience/Target Market: All non-profit professionals seeking to learn more about how the new tax laws will impact individual donors, corporate supporters, and non-profits in general. Development professionals, executive directors, and board members are encouraged to attend.
Space is limited.
$20 for members (before 4/17/18)
$35 for non-members (and for members who register late, after 4/17/18)
Remember, it’s a WID networking tradition to swap business cards – bring yours!
No refunds within 7 days of program
James K. Matzdorff, CPA, MSA
Sarah Rifai, CPA, MBA
James Matzdorff is a Senior Manager at KPM with more than a decade of experience in public accounting. James has significant experience in the audits of not-for-profit agencies, real estate projects, and commercial entities. James works with not-for-profits subject to Yellow Book, OMB Uniform Guidance and Massachusetts UFR audit requirements. James also specializes in, but is not limited to, staff analysis and department realignment consulting as well as cost allocation and compliance driven audits. James is the Chair of the firm’s Nonprofit Committee and a member of the firm’s Real Estate and Recruiting Committee. James is also a member of the AICPA and a graduate of Gordon College (BA) and Liberty University (MSA). James can regularly be found in his daughters’ classrooms as a Junior Achievement Volunteer and he and his wife are active, licensed foster parents.
Sarah Rifai is a Manager in KPM’s Tax Department, focusing her practice primarily on high net worth individuals and not-for-profit entities. She also has significant experience working with commercial business clients. Sarah started her career at a regional firm in New Orleans, Louisiana before relocating to the Boston area. Sarah is a member of the firm’s Tax and Nonprofit Committees, as well as the firm’s Women’s Initiative Committee. Sarah is a member of the AICPA and a graduate of Loyola University–New Orleans.