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Gregg Capin

Gregg Capin

Gregg Capin

Gregg Capin is a partner with CapinCrouse LLP, a certified public accountant firm specializing in service to nonprofit organizations through audit, tax, and advisory services. Gregg has more than 30 years of experience managing accounting, audit, and advisory services for a wide range of nonprofit organizations both nationally and internationally. Prior to joining the firm in 1979, he served for five years as the accounting and trust manager of the Great Commission Foundation of Campus Crusade for Christ. He received a bachelor's degree from Azusa Pacific University.

With extensive experience, Gregg frequently speaks on nonprofit accounting and auditing, planned giving administration, exempt organization tax, and other topics at conferences and seminars. He has conducted training within the firm, for industry groups and conferences, and for the American Institute for Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and state CPA societies.

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5 Key Considerations of Financial Integrity for Church Leaders
ChurchLawAndTax.com

5 Key Considerations of Financial Integrity for Church Leaders Subscriber access only

A printable checklist for financial managers of churches.
ChurchSalary

Receive a customized salary report for up to 18 different ministry positions. Learn how your church should compensate based on size, budget, location, and employee work experience.

Understanding Labor Laws

Understanding Labor Laws Subscriber access only

Best practices for complying with regulations that pertain to hiring, firing, paying, disciplining, and supervising ministry employees.
Essential Guide to Employment Issues for Church Boards

Essential Guide to Employment Issues for Church Boards Subscriber access only

Covers selection and screening, dispute resolution, terminations, discrimination, and minimum wage.