Would you like to learn how your work affects your credit union’s bottom line? Do you ever wonder how the transactions you help members with translate into your credit union’s overall financial results?
Participants at the New York Credit Union Association’s Basic Accounting Workshop this week can find answers to these questions and discover a fundamental understanding of accounting techniques, methods and standards.
This highly requested workshop, which will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, April 28, is geared specifically for credit union personnel who are not accountants. During this practical session, participants will learn about financial reporting in easy-to-understand terms. At the same time, commonly used language and principles will be explained so that participants become familiar with the terminology that is part of credit union accounting.
Participants will gain insight from Jeff Paille and Grace Gonzalez, two experienced professionals from The Bonadio Group, one of the largest CPA firms in the United States. The pair, along with the team from Bonadio, serve dozens of credit unions across New York state and beyond.
For more information and to register, visit the Association’s website.