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Welcome To Cooperatives

The Cooperative Accountant (TCA)Does your cooperative or firm have new employees who are unfamiliar with cooperative principles and practices? Do your members and employees understand the responsibilities of the individual manager, the directors, the members and all employees? Do they know how a cooperative differs from an individually owned business, a partnership or other types of corporations? Could they benefit from information about the many types of cooperatives in their community, the benefits of cooperation or an explanation of basic cooperative equity management and taxation?

This new 58 page publication will bring clearer understanding to what a co-op is and how it serves its members. You can provide the answer to these questions and many more by downloading copy/copies of Welcome to Cooperatives which is free to NSAC members.

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