Upcoming Training -Secretary of State Charities Examinations What to Know & How to be Prepared

Mark Branning

Coming up Tuesday, July 27th

We know that running a nonprofit takes a lot of work, and keeping up with everything can be incredibly difficult. Nobody enjoys the day when they go to the mailbox and find a letter informing them that they have been chosen for an examination by the Secretary of State’s office. The time to prepare for that is not when it happens. Please join us for this vital training to demystify the examination process and ensure that if the day comes, you are already prepared for success when you get that letter.

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Course Description

This course will provide a high-level overview of the books and records examination process as conducted by the Mississippi Secretary of State’s Office Charity’s Division. At the end of the course, the participant will be prepared to successfully complete a books and records examination conducted by the Division.

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to…

  • describe the role of the Secretary of State in the regulatory process/purpose of the examination
  • state the documentation needed to conduct the examination
  • prepare for the Books and Records Examination

In-Person Location: CAVS Extension, Canton,  MS

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