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NAFOA's Educational Resources
|NAFOA builds the financial strength of tribal governments and their enterprises by providing educational forums, developing resources specific to Indian Country, and by instilling best practices for tribal finance, accounting, and economic development. NAFOA offers a variety of resources your tribe needs to succeed. From providing practical advice in easy to digest webinars, which feature comprehensive information and sample models to in-depth publications to educational conferences featuring high-level speakers and case studies.|
NAFOA's 33rd Annual Conference
April 20-21, 2015
This two-day conference will bring the latest issues to light through interactive discussions on important economic, legal and financial issues facing Indian Country, with a focus on investment education, policy and governance, accounting and financial reporting, and economic development. Attendees can earn up to 10 CPE credits.
To learn more about topics featured at the conference, click here.
Tribal Financial Manager Certificate Program
May 19-21, 2015
Arizona State University
This professional certificate program for tribal government financial management professionals provides an in-depth background in tribal government finance, Indian law, taxation, and economic development. Attendees can earn up to 20 CPE credits.
To learn more about the certificate program, click here.
Tribal Business Structure Handbook
Provides a review of each type of tribal business entity from the perspective of sovereign immunity, legal liability, corporate formation and governance, and federal tax consequences.
Tribal Broadband Guide:
Telecommunications Regulation and Taxation in Indian Country
Provides an in-depth discussion on the key tax issues involving the telecom industry and examines how these issues relate to Indian tribes and tribal lands.
New Financial Reporting Model for Tribal Governments: Implementing GASB 34
Establishes an authoritative tribal financial reporting model and includes Q&A about the unique operating environment of tribes.
For more information on NAFOA's publications, click here.