JOSEPH EVE CPAs to play important role at upcoming Tribal Accounting Conference

8 November 2015

(PRESS RELEASE) -- JOSEPH EVE CPAs will play a critical role at the inaugural Native Nation Events Tribal Accounting Conference. The event takes place Nov. 16 and 17 at The Linq Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, and top management from JOSEPH EVE will present on six vital panels.

"Since 1983, JOSEPH EVE CPAs has brought our expertise and insights to Native American organizations, helping tribes protect themselves and their business interests," said Grant Eve, partner. "We are very pleased Native Nation Events has chosen us to play such a large role at the inaugural Tribal Accounting Conference, and we invite tribes from across North America to attend and learn from the experts that Native Nation Events has assembled for this important event."

First, JOSEPH EVE's Senior Technical Manager Denis Adams will join in a panel discussion on "The New Super Circular" on Nov. 16 at 9 a.m. This panel will discuss recent updates from the U.S. Office of Management and Budget on the Super Circular, and the panel will present what's new, what has gone away, and what guidelines organizations must follow for successful grant writing.

Next, Managing Partner Joe Eve will speak on the panel "Best Practices" at 10:45 a.m., where he will share insights to improve receivables processes, the benefits of mobile imaging, and how tribes can increase efficiency by implementing new AP strategies.

Joe Eve returns at 3:15 p.m. for the panel, "Launching or Upgrading Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems." This session examines how tribal communities may benefit from implementing an ERP system to help manage core business objectives.

The following day, Denis Adams joins the panel "The General Welfare Exclusion Doctrine," which presents IRS implications of the new Tribal General Welfare Exclusion Act and what its passage means for Native American tribes.

FinCEN compliance and anti-money laundering programs and best practices are the focus of two sessions where JOSEPH EVE Partner Grant Eve will join fellow panelists. First is "Reporting Tribal Gaming Title 31" at 10:15 a.m. in which attendees will learn about requirements, enforcement actions, and best practices in Title 31 reporting.

Then at 11 a.m., Grant Eve will also address the topic, "New Class II MICS and Anti-Money Laundering Programs," where attendees will learn the differences between Class I, Class II and Class III gaming; associated internal controls; and anti-money laundering program requirements.

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The Linq Hotel & Casino Details
Inaugural Tribal Accounting Conference