Budget And Internal Control Essentials: A Financial Literacy For The Arts Workshop

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Budget and Internal Control Essentials: Being a good steward of donor funds
Presented by Kelly Hunter, CPA

Tuesday, March 1, 2016, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Houston Arts Alliance, 3201 Allen Parkway, Suite 125

This workshop will provide all of the essentials needed to understand the purpose of a budget, how to get started creating a budget, and what types of items go into a budget. Participants will learn internal control policies and procedures that can be used to assist any organization in fulfilling one of its most important missions - being a good steward of donor funds.

Registration: $35

For more information, contact Amy Gibbs at 713.527.9330 ex. 122 or amy@haatx.com.

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About the Instructor

Kelly J. Hunter is a Shareholder in the Audit Department of Fitts, Roberts & Co., P.C. in Houston, Texas. Kelly received his BBA in accounting from Texas State University-San Marcos and has been in the practice of public accounting for over 15 years. His experience involves audits, reviews and compilations of various commercial enterprises, not for profit organizations, governmental entities and colleges and universities. He is an active peer reviewer and serves as a team captain on several reviews of local CPA firms. Kelly is a member of the AICPA Accounting and Review Services Committee (ARSC), the AICPA’s senior committee for compilations and reviews designated to issue pronouncements in connection with the unaudited financial statements or other unaudited financial information of nonpublic entities. Kelly was a member of the AICPA’s PCPS Technical Issues Committee (TIC) from 2010-2013 and a member of the AICPA’s Technical Standards Subcommittee (TNS) from 2010-2013. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Texas Society of CPAs and the Houston Chapter of the TSCPA. Kelly lives in Pearland, Texas with his wife and daughter. He is actively involved in the community and spends his time away from work with his family.

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About Financial Literacy for the Arts

Financial Literacy for the Arts is a comprehensive program offering financial and accounting training, mentorships and services to qualified arts and cultural organizations in the Greater Houston area. The program builds relationships between the private financial industry and nonprofit arts and cultural organizations through workshops and business services/

Single workshops are $35 per individual. A package of four workshops is $100 per individual registrant (packages may not be split between multiple individuals).
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