In today's working environment, continuous learning and professional development are required to stay up to date on new developments in Indian Country. Continued education through NAFOA is an investment in your career that offers tangible benefits. NAFOA carries books that cover the finance and accounting industry and issues relating to economic development in Indian Country
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“Tribal Broadband Guide: Telecommunications Regulation and Taxation in Indian Country” (Version 1.0) © Randy Evans and James Dunstan, All rights reserved
The Tribal Broadband Guide: Telecommunications Regulation and Taxation in Indian Country, provides an in-depth discussion of the key tax issues involving the telecom industry, and examines how these issues relate to Indian tribes and tribal lands. The book serves as an excellent guide to tribes as they navigate complex telecommunication regulations, in their attempt to overcome the "Digital Divide". CLICK HERE to order.
“New Financial Reporting Model for
Tribal Governments, Implementing GASB Statement 34” (Version
1.0) © NAFOA, All rights reserved
This guide is a resource for all who prepare, attest to, and use
Tribal Government financial statements. It contains guidance on developing
Tribal Government-wide financial statements in accordance with GASB
Statement 34, and has many pertinent questions and answers about
the unique operating environment of Tribal Governments. It was reviewed
by the GASB staff prior to issuance, and contains a set of illustrative
financial statements, and NAFOA’s Statement of Position regarding
the confidentiality of Tribal Government financial statements. This
guide is useful for: Tribal Council Members, Tribal Enterprise Board
Members, Tribal Management, Auditors, Accounting Management, Regulators,
"Tribal Business Structure Handbook"
(2009 ed.) © Karen J. Atkinson and Kathleen M.
Nilles, All rights reserved.
This guide is a comprehensive resource on the formation of tribal
business entities. Hailed in Indian Country Today as offering "one-stop
knowledge on business structuring," the Handbook reviews each
type of tribal business entity currently in use from the perspective
of sovereign immunity and legal liability, corporate formation and
governance, federal tax consequences and eligibility for special
financing. It covers governmental entities (e.g., instrumentalities,
political subdivisions and section 17 corporations) as well as the
more common business forms (corporations, partnerships and LLCs).
Clearly and simply written, it will be useful to a wide range of
users, including: Tribal Council members, Tribal enterprise directors
and executives, Finance officers, Tribal legal counsel, and those
entering into business or lending relationships with Tribal governments.