Nathan Wechsler & Company, PA is pleased to announce that Kelli D’Amore, CPA will be presenting at a workshop on the Employee Retention Tax Credit for New Hampshire (NH) Center for Nonprofits.
The workshop, titled “The Employee Retention Tax Credit: What You Need to Know,” aims to help nonprofit organizations understand whether or not they are eligible to receive the credit and how to claim it if they do qualify. D’Amore is joined by co-presenter Randy Crabtree, co-founder and partner of Tri-Merit Specialty Tax Professionals.
“I am thrilled to work with the NH Center for Nonprofits to offer this workshop. The resources the Center offers to local nonprofits are invaluable,” said D’Amore. “There are local nonprofits that could benefit from this credit, and they may not even know that they are eligible. I am passionate about the work of nonprofit organizations in our community and am grateful for this opportunity to support them.”
The mission of NH Center for Nonprofits is to strengthen and give “voice to the state’s nonprofit sector through leadership, collaboration, and learning opportunities.” The Center provides a variety of resources for nonprofits, including a job board, a conference and expo, and a robust calendar of both in-person and virtual events. For more information, visit www.nhnonprofits.org.
D’Amore has served on the Nathan Wechsler team for more than two decades—she joined the firm in 1999. In her capacity as a firm principal, she specializes in serving clients in both the construction and nonprofit industries. A graduate of Southern New Hampshire University, D’Amore holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the New Hampshire Society of Certified Public Accountants. D’Amore sits on a number of boards, serving as the treasurer and a board member of ABC NH/VT, the board member of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England, a member of the MSA Advisory Board at UNH, the treasurer and a board member of Plan NH, and a former member of the Capital Region Board of the NH Charitable Foundation. An exemplary community leader, D’Amore is a member of the Leadership NH class of 2017, the Leadership Greater Concord class of 2007, and the Transformational Leadership Program class of 2013. In 2012, she was named to Union Leader’s 40 Under Forty list.