Homebuying Workshop in Daly City, CA

Are You Ready To Become A Homeowner?
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HOMEBUYER PROGRAM
– Am I ready to buy?
– How do I fix my credit so I can get a mortgage loan?
– Where do I get money for a down payment?
– Can I get a grant to help with closing costs?
– How can I get $15,000 to help buy a home?

A Day In Legal

Supplier Diversity Workshop

This whole-day workshop will provide information on how qualified businesses owned by minorities, women, and service-disabled veterans (otherwise known as diverse business enterprises – DBEs) can participate in their procurement process. Every year utility companies have a goal of 30% of their annual budget to be spent on DBEs. Utility companies have also invited some of their prime suppliers to support non-DBE businesses that can participate by subcontracting work to participating DBEs through a matchmaking event.

Google for Nonprofits – Training

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: March 29th, 2017
Please private message the NAAC (National Asian American Coalition) on Facebook for registration instructions

https://www.facebook.com/events/1428688167162360

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No matter how your nonprofit makes a difference, Google’s nonprofit resources can help you connect to the people who matter, increase support, and raise greater awareness on a global stage.

Eligibility guidelines
Organizations that meet the following criteria are eligible to participate in the Google for Nonprofits program

Not one of the following:
Governmental entity or organization
Hospital or health care organization
2. Organizations must be recognized by the IRS as tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organizations formed for charitable, educational, religious, literary, scientific, or other tax-exempt purposes. For more information, see How to Apply for Charity Status.
3. Fiscally sponsored organizations are not eligible for Google for Nonprofits.
4. Organizations, such as churches, that are automatically considered tax-exempt must still obtain recognition of 501(c)(3) tax exemption from the IRS to qualify for the Google for Nonprofits program.
5. Organizations must be currently registered with TechSoup

Last-Minute Tax Filing Class with Victor Sy

Specialized Topics
Types of businesses – Choosing the right entity l Tips and tricks for corporate tax filing l First-hand training: bookkeeping & accounting l Navigating IRS – Automated tools l New tax reforms under the Trump Administration

Victor Sy, CPA, MBA has been a Certified Public Accountant for 50 years. He graduated Cum Laude with BBA from University of the East and MBA from Indiana State University. He holds licenses in the States of California, Illinois, and Hawaii. He has been a commissioner for the State of California and cities of Los Angeles, Pasadena, and Arcadia. He specializes in taxes and IRS audit defense of small businesses. He is also an author of a book on How to Avoid IRS audits.

NAAC Hosts: CDFI Roundtable

The National Asian American Coalition (NAAC) is hosting a Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) Peer Forum. This free forum is open to all CDFIs and will provide an opportunity to learn about CDFI best practices, innovative activities, and case studies. Opening remarks will be provided by special guest, Annie Donovan, the U.S. Department of Treasury’s CDFI Fund Director.

The CDFI Peer Forum provides an opportunity for both large/mature and small/emerging CDFIs to hear first-hand experiences from their peers in the industry about CDFI trends and practices. Forum sessions will include:

1. Mature and Established CDFI Activities: Hear how large and mature CDFIs have effectively rown and layered resources to maximize impact across their services areas. Hear examples of how they have successfully grown their capital stacks and leveraged federal, state, local, and private investments.

2. Growing Existing CDFI Capacities: Listen to helpful strategies and examples of how CDFIs have developed sustainable funding strategies to support a range of financial lending and investment activities.

3. Supporting Strategies for Emerging and Prospective CDFIs: This session will provide helpful tools for emerging CDFIs and organizations seeking CDFI Certification, including: effectively defining your target markets, sustainable business planning and development models, board structuring, and developing a capital base.

Asian Cultural Festival of San Diego