Calibre CPA Group

Proactive Budgeting in the Face of an Uncertain 2019

Co-Hosted Webinar by Calibre CPA Group and Billhighway

November 13, 2018

1:00 pm to 2:00 pm EST

One of the biggest issues facing labor unions is the possibility that employers in the public and private sectors will eliminate payroll deduction of union dues for members. This has already happened in a number of states and it may quickly turn into a chain reaction. In light of this concern, Calibre CPA Group and Billhighway are partnering together to co-host a webinar that will offer attendees best practices to help union leaders proactively prepare for 2019.

Calibre CPA Group Partner, Karen Roche, CPA, will provide attendees with expert advice on budgeting best practices to implement and strategies to streamline efficiency. Megan Pyles, Billhighway Client Relations Consultant, will give a high-level overview of the current status of payroll deductions across the country and potential ways that unions can trim down administrative/financial tasks for staff and officers. Both speakers will be available to answer questions at the end of the webinar.


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*This program is designed for Controllers, Chief Financial Officers, Accounting Managers, and accounting professionals for 1.0 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits:

CPE: 1.0 credits
Delivery Method: Group
Program Level: Update
Advanced Preparation: N/A
Prerequisites: N/A

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