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GRF is proud to host and participate in the following events.

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Webinar
February 17, 20211:00 pm - 2:00 pmvirtual

Customizing Your System Should Not Need Code

As an accounting system user, you know that every field and business rule you need in a financial system is most likely not going to be there “out of the box.” Depending on the system you use, some of what you want or need might NEVER be there because what you see is what you get. For other systems, you can get what you want, but be prepared to pay hefty tech consulting fees for coding-driven customization. This isn’t what anyone wants to hear, and this isn’t how things have to be!

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Webinar
February 22, 20212:00 pm - 3:00 pmvirtual

Sage Intacct Q1 2021 Release Overview

Another Sage Intacct quarterly release is here! Sage Intacct, a best in class cloud financial management platform, is the first and only cloud financial management solution endorsed by the AICPA. One of its many outstanding qualities is the frequency of new feature releases; Sage Intacct seamlessly releases four quarterly releases per year. Each release is rich with enhancements and new features bringing you the latest and greatest in financial management automation and excellence.

 

 

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Webinar
February 25, 202111:00 am - 12:00 pmvirtual

2021 Financial & Compliance Tools for Your 8(a) or Small Government Contractor Business

Start the New Year with all the tools your business needs to maintain contract compliance and excel financially. Join GRF’s Government Contracting Team for an overview of the compiled or reviewed financial statements required for 8(a) contractors at certain revenue thresholds.

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Webinar
March 3, 20211:00 pm - 2:00 pmvirtual

How to Get Best in Class Financial Reporting for Nonprofits

Few industries have more varied reporting requirements or as stringent a need for transparency as the nonprofit space. Nonprofits routinely deal with an exponentially growing demand for reporting transparency, granularity, and flexibility. You’re still working with the aftermath of the biggest accounting standard changes in 20+ years. Nonprofits have an array of sub-industries; you might be a membership association, a museum, a social service organization, and so on. All this points to the need for powerful financial reporting, and unless your financial accounting and reporting system truly understands nonprofits, you’ll be left turning to Excel and lots of man hours.

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GRF CPAs & Advisors Makes List of Best Firms for Young Accountants