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New Challenges for Not-for-Profits -- Part 1 February 13, 2019

New Challenges for Not-for-Profits -- Part 1, Greensboro, North Carolina

We are posting a four-part blog series based on an article recently published in Accounting Today, by Antoinette Alexander. Sharrard, McGee & Co., PA has had many not-for-profit clients throughout our 43-year history, and our experienced CPAs have a deep understanding of the unique challenges of these types of businesses. We look forward to answering any questions you may have after learning some of the new developments presented in these blog postings. Part 1 describes the changing landscape for not-for-profits, and the impact of tax reform. 

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