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2019 Annual Conference Recap - Friday, July 19, 2019
Download presentations and handouts from the conference and view conference photos. If you have photos to share, please email Info@NACCTFO.org.
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Meet 2019-2020 NACCTFO Officers - Monday, July 15, 2019

Congratulations to NACCTFO's New Officer: Treasurer, Shiela Miller, Randolph County, MO Collector

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2019-2020 Committee Assignments - Thursday, July 18, 2019

Be more involved in NACCTFO - Check out NACCTFO Committees to view opportunities where you can volunteer. Email President McBride if you would like to serve.

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Ken Parish Named Outstanding Treasurer in the United States - Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Congratulations to Ken Parish, Kent County, MI Treasurer who received the prestigious Outstanding County Collector, Treasurer or Finance Officer Award. To read more about the award and to view prior recipient, click here.

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Established in 1954, the National Association of County Collectors, Treasurers and Finance Officers is a professional organization whose objective is to assist our members to better serve local, state, and national government. We do this by education programs and through the exchange of information and ideas at conferences or other meetings. Working together, NACCTFO members exchange ideas and build partnerships. Part of this cooperative effort includes working with businesses who share our commitment to good government.
NACCTFO is a national organization similar to your state treasurer, tax collector or finance officers associations. It provides you with a great experience to gain diverse and differing methodologies and opens your thought process to a wider range of problem solving techniques.
When state legislatures pass new laws, they many times mirror laws that have been passed in other states. Thus you can benefit from other peers from across the country who may have already faced those circumstances. Many NACCTFO members have benefited from the talented background and wide-range of ideas that come out of group discussions and educational seminars.
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