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Welcome to ACCE's bookstore. Go to genre to browse books by topic area. In the "What We're Reading" section, you will find a monthly book recommendation by an ACCE member. And you won't want to miss the books written by our convention speakers! Find them by going to "ACCE Convention speakers" under the genre tab. Email [email protected] or call 703-998-3524 with any questions.

 

 

What We're Reading

Accounting, Tax, and Reporting Requirements (4th Edition)

by Edward J. McMillan, CPA, CAE

The accounting principles, tax issues, reporting requirements, and general work environment for not-for-profit organizations are remarkably different from those affecting commercial organizations. As a result, the task of keeping up with current financial and disclosure requirements, already daunting, can become even more so. Combining the proven guidance of the previous, best selling edition with all of the latest regulatory information, Edward McMillan delivers a one-stop reporting resource for not-for-profits in Not-For-Profit Accounting, Tax, and Reporting Requirements. Click on the Amazon book cover to select your preferred book format (i.e. print or ebook).

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Model Policies and Procedures for Not-For-Profit Organizations

by Edward J. McMillan, CPA, CAE

Not-for-profit executives are held accountable for every aspect of their organization, from legal issues, marketing, lobbying, and editorial functions to membership operations, budgeting, and of course, finance. Yet it is impossible for any one executive to give all of these areas all of the attention they need, all of the time. The smooth operation of the organization depends on the development of clear and effective policies and procedures that both reflect the executive’s vision and allow employees to practice them successfully. Edward McMillan’s revised and expanded Model Policies and Procedures for Not-for-Profit Organizations helps executives both strengthen their organization’s financial procedures and assure board members that they are meeting fiduciary responsibilities. Click on the Amazon book cover to select your preferred book format (i.e. print or ebook).

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Not-for-Profit Budgeting and Financial Management

by Edward J. McMillan, CPA, CAE

The accounting principles, tax issues, reporting requirements, and general work environment for not-for-profit organizations are remarkably different from those affecting commercial organizations. As a result, the task of keeping up with current financial and disclosure requirements, already daunting, can become even more so. Combining the proven guidance of the previous, bestselling edition with all of the latest regulatory information, Edward McMillan delivers a one-stop reporting resource for not-for-profits in Not-For-Profit Accounting, Tax, and Reporting Requirements. Click on the Amazon book cover to select your preferred book format (i.e. print or ebook).

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Preventing Fraud in Nonprofit Organizations

by Edward J. McMillan, CPA, CAE

Fraud or embezzlement discovered within a major corporation ultimately leads to front-page scandals and a few raised eyebrows. But the mere suggestion or evidence of fraud within a nonprofit can cause irreversible damage to its reputation, its support base, and, eventually, its very existence. Preventing Fraud in Nonprofit Organizations is the proactive manual your organization needs to detect fraud and prevent it from affecting your organization's bottom line and name. Brimming with details of hundreds of actual fraud and embezzlement schemes, it provides specific, practical advice on strengthening the areas in which your nonprofit may be most vulnerable. Click on the Amazon book cover to select your preferred book format (i.e. print or ebook).

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2017 ACCE Best of Convention - Nashville (6 Track Packs + 2 bonus sessions)

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Forty-one breakout sessions from six track packs (plus two additional sessions) are now available to your chamber through ACCE University On-line. Track Packs include: Belonging and Gathering, Economic Development, Scarcity and Abundance, Catalytic Leadership and Global Impact, Population Shift and Political & Social Fragmentation, and Communications & Technology and Resource Alignment.

 

 

Cost: $160.00
Pricing is for 1 year of unlimited access for all your chamber staff.  

 

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2017 ACCE Convention: 60 Membership Ideas in 60 Minutes

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60 Membership Ideas in 60 Minutes

Ever popular and always fast-moving, this session features chamber membership and sales professionals taking one minute to share one great idea that works for their chamber. Audio only (no slides). Includes transcript of ideas presented.

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2017 ACCE Convention: 60 Sponsorship Ideas in 60 Minutes

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60 Sponsorship Ideas in 60 Minutes
Presented by: Carlos Phillips, President & CEO, Greater Greenville Chamber of Commerce (S.C.) (Moderator)

Sponsorship has been one of the fastest growing components of chamber revenue in recent years. With everybody in town getting into the sponsorship act, though, chambers need to be more creative than ever. In this fast-paced session, participants took one minute to share their best ideas, and a panel of judges named the very best. Audio only (no slides). Includes transcript of ideas presented.

 

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2017 ACCE Convention: A Fresh Model for Different Membership Styles

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A Fresh Model for Different Membership Styles
Presented by:  Meg Schneider, IOM, Senior Vice President of Business Resources and Community Development, Greater Des Moines Partnership (Iowa)

Learn how the Greater Des Moines Partnership, the fourth-largest regional chamber in the country, has engaged members of all sizes to build a powerful regional presence. Featuring a dual membership model with 23 local chambers of commerce, the Partnership has more than 6,000 members, and more than 300 investors. Find out how the power of regionalism and working across city boundaries has provided long-term benefit to members, investors, and the community.

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2017 ACCE Convention: Catalytic Leaders for the Chamber of Tomorrow

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Catalytic Leaders for the Chamber of Tomorrow

Presented by:  Adam Legge, President & CEO, Calgary Chamber; Scott Crockatt, Director of Marketing and Communications, Calgary Chamber (Alberta); Aaron Kroontje, Director of Digital and Technology, Calgary Chamber; Rebecca Wood, Director of Member Services, Calgary Chamber

Join us for a fast-paced spin through four different chamber projects focused on one goal: creating the chamber of the future. Using the energetic (and often hilarious) “disrupt” presentation style, the Calgary Chamber's leadership team will present short lessons on topics spanning total chamber transformation, digital platforms, killing networking events, member value exploration, and more while highlighting the successes, failures, and lessons learned. Horizon Initiative concepts will be applied to real-world chamber challenges. 

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2017 ACCE Convention: Certificates of Origin: The Latest Trends

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Certificates of Origin: The Latest Trends
Presented by: Carmen Rossi, President, eCertify Pty Ltd (Moderator); Kristin Gochenour, Assistant to the President, Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce (Neb.); Justin Simmons, Vice President and Chief of Staff, Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce (N.C.) (Panelists)

Chambers have done their part to clean up practices in certificates of origin. Compared with just five years ago, the average chamber is now less likely to lend or rent its stamp and more likely to check that its processes comply with international practice. Companies are more inclined to pay for this degree of legitimacy. A panel of experts will describe the prospects for the growth of certificates of origin as a source of non-dues revenue and as a means of hard-wiring chambers into correctly documented international trade activity.

 

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