Leadership Pillars

NSAC relies on the volunteer efforts of its members and the leadership and dedication they provide to the Society’s three active pillars: education, resources and connections. With these actives focus areas, the Society provides benefits to its members and stays connected to the profession.

NSAC has several organized working groups that regularly meet under one of the Society’s pillars that govern the organization:

Leadership Pillars

Education
Accounting & Auditing
Tax

Resources
Publications
Content

Connections
Membership
Marketing and Branding

The National Board of Directors regularly appoints task forces and has several administrative committees to help govern the day-to-day operational aspects of the Society. Members are encouraged to participate and share their talents by serving on a leadership team.

Upcoming Events

NSAC Technical Exchanges
January 10 - 11, 2022

NSAC Technical Exchanges

This day-and-a half-day fly-in event will feature two technical-focused exchanges, and attendees can choose between the Tax+A&A Exchange or the CFO Exchange.  This is an intense program with two separate exchanges for those dedicated to staying current on everything tax, finance, and accounting related to cooperatives. This unique program won't involve a day of PowerPoint ...

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

2022 Tax, Finance & Accounting Conference for Cooperatives

Make sure you save the date for the 2022 Tax, Finance & Accounting Conference for Cooperatives! The conference is being held IN-PERSON in San Antonio from July 31-August 3, 2022. TFACC is the premier national conference for cooperative tax, finance and accounting professionals. 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 ...

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Common Fraud Schemes Facing Small Businesses Today
December 7, 2021

Common Fraud Schemes Facing Small Businesses Today

With the pandemic challenging traditional business processes and procedures, companies and their management are having to adapt to more electronic processes and different forms of communication. Fraudsters are mirroring these adaptations with ways of getting business information and how they execute their fraud schemes. We’ll discuss the most relevant fraud schemes affecting small businesses in this new business environment.

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