SCORE Recordkeeping & Accounting Workshop

Nov 18, 2015
9:30am - 12:30pm EST
409 3rd Street, SW Suite 100A Room A
Washington, DC 20024

Keeping good records and control of your cash flow will go a long way to ensure the long term success of your business.   Designed for non- accountants this workshop introduces you to the various recordkeeping requirements for accounting as well as for tax purposes for all types and stages of business entities.  Session will review basic accounting concepts, the composition of financial statements and business analysis suggestions for startup and existing businesses. Presentation will also include a look into Intuit’s “QuickBooks “accounting software, including selection options along with the capabilities of the different versions in the marketplace.

Instructor Bio:

Geoff Corbett
Five years with KPMG - financial systems development
Director of Management - UMWA Health & Retirement Funds
Director of the Office of Crime Analysis Washington, DC
CFO - SYCOM Enterprises - developer of energy conservation projects
CFO - AB&C Group - direct marketing, fulfillment and call center
Partner -Tatum, LLC - CFO for 4 companies President - non-profit foundation

BS - Mathematics - Penn State
MBA - International Finance - Wharton (Univ. of Pennsylvania) CFP

Cornelius L. Mhley, CPA
Cornelius L. Mhley is a Certified Public Accountant in practice since 1980. He is currently retiring as a principal from Santos, Postal & Co. P.C., a Certified Public Accounting firm located at ll North Washington St. Suite 600, Rockville, Md. 20850 and has been with Santos Postal since 2005. Prior to his joining Santos Postal, Cornel had maintained his own accounting practice in Rockville for twenty four years. Mr. Mhley graduated from Villanova University and Robert Morris College.

Mr. Mhley is a member of the American and Maryland Institutes of Certiñed Public Accountants, as well as a member of the Association of Practicing CPA’s. He is also involved with the Rockville Chamber of Commerce, Rockville Kiwanis Club as well as the Montgomery County Speakers Bureau. Cornel was primarily involved in the practice of tax preparation and tax planning for individuals, businesses, trusts and estates and is well versed in accounting principles and concepts for profit and nonprofit organizations.