Coffee and Conversation with Rick Young, CPA
Financial Governance Training
During the training attendees will learn:
· Various types and uses of budgets as a governance tool
· Analyzing governance considerations when applying for grants
· Development of governance procedures for staff members
· Development of governance procedures for Board members
About the trainer:
Richard A. Young, CPA
Principal – Accounting and Auditing Services
Bachelor of Accountancy
Mr. Young has been providing service to our clients for thirty-two years. Rick has worked with companies in a wide variety of industries. He has specialized knowledge in operations of manufacturing, distribution and not-for-profit entities. In addition, Rick has worked extensively with audits of qualified employee benefit plans, which require audits under ERISA.
Rick is responsible for the management of the Firm’s accounting and auditing practice, including the following duties:
* Supervision and review of engagements performed under governmental auditing standards, including HUD funded projects.
* Management of engagements performed under the requirements of OMB Circular A-133.
* Oversight and performance of audits on a wide variety of for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.
* Providing consulting services to for-profit and not-for-profit entities.
* Training and education of professional staff.
Mr. Young has served on the Indiana CPA Society’s Peer Review Committee from 1993 to 2008. The committee is responsible for reviewing and approving reports and recommending corrective action to Indiana accounting firms participating in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Quality Review Program. In addition, he has served as a volunteer advisor to several not-for-profit organizations in Northwest Indiana.