Accounting, tax, finance and business education uniquely tailored to cooperatives.

The National Society of Accountants for Cooperatives

The only professional organization dedicated to providing education, resources and connections to professionals exclusively involved in the financial management and planning of cooperatives.

The National Society of Accountants for Cooperatives (NSAC) is comprised of professionals actively involved with the financial management and planning of cooperatives. The Society strives to provide accounting, tax, finance and business education uniquely tailored to cooperatives, supports cooperatives in business interests, and offers networking and professional development opportunities and connections.

2022 Tax, Finance & Accounting Conference for Cooperatives
July 31 - August 3, 2022

2022 Tax, Finance & Accounting Conference for Cooperatives

TFACC is a can't miss event, as it is the only conference uniquely tailored to providing education, resources, and connections to professionals involved in the financial management and planning of cooperatives.

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Managing the Workplace of the Future
February 8, 2022

Managing the Workplace of the Future

Learn more about workforce trends such as compensation issues, employee recruitment and retention in a changing employment environment, masking issues, vacation policy, and finding the remote/hybrid work model that works for you.

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2022 Hiring and Compensation Trends
February 15, 2022

2022 Hiring and Compensation Trends

Join two experts from Robert Half for a discussion on how the pandemic has reshaped the talent pool for cooperatives, recent findings on industry employment trends and compensation, as well as recruitment and retention tactics.

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Texas Chapter Event: The Cooperative Conference for Accountants, Bookeepers, and Controllers
February 17 - 18, 2022

Texas Chapter Event: The Cooperative Conference for Accountants, Bookeepers, and Controllers

Designed exclusively for cooperative accountants, bookkeepers, and controllers, this highly-anticipated meeting will include a day and a half of intermediate programming with 6.5 CPE Credits, a golf tournament, dinner and cocktails, and networking opportunities.

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Behavioral Ethics
March 9, 2022

Behavioral Ethics

In this session, attendees will discover how to identify ethical paradigms and how stakeholders are impacted by their ethical choices.

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What’s New for 2022 in Federal Taxes

January 24, 2022

While the Build Back Better Act's smorgasbord of tax incentives for clean energy, new taxes on large corporations and wealthy individuals, and tax relief for others remains stalled for now in the Senate, 2022 nonetheless dawns with the advent of at least one new tax provision, lapses of a number of others, and at least a couple of sets of required regulatory rules. Amortization of R&E expenditures Effective for amounts paid or incurred in ...

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Upskilling for Accountants

January 24, 2022

Originally published in The Cooperative Accountant, Winter 2021 Issue What is “upskilling”?  Merriam-Webster (n.d.) defines “upskill” as a verb:  transitive: to provide (someone, such as an employee) with more advanced skills through additional education and training   intransitive: to acquire more advanced skills through additional education and ...

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5 Ways to Improve Vendor Communications in a Supply Chain Crisis

January 21, 2022

As the people who supply your company with the goods and services it needs to operate, vendors deserve respect. Depending on your specific role, they may even be your best friends, able to help you out of challenging situations — a fact that's come to light during the global pandemic and subsequent supply chain disruptions. Some of the inventory outages, incorrect orders, missed shipping dates, general misunderstandings, and other chaos ...

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IRS Extends e-Signatures on Tax Forms through Oct. 31, 2023

January 20, 2022

The Internal Revenue Service is extending the ability to electronically sign a number of different tax forms and compliance documents through the end of October 2023. In Memos NHQ-10-1121-0005 and NHQ-01-1121-0004, the IRS is extending the capability, which it had introduced during the pandemic so taxpayers wouldn’t need to visit their tax practitioners’ offices. The memos revise and supersede the extension that the IRS provided on ...

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