Do I Need an Audit After Changing My Year End Date?

For affordable housing properties and not-for-profit organizations, changing the year end date can be part of a strategic plan to better serve those the organization supports. However, this transition can be confusing, and it helps to have the most up-to-date financial statements to help guide decisions.

Financial Hurdles To Moving Your Non-Profit Office

Moving to a new office location always brings a mix of excitement and stress. Avoid prolonging the stress of the move by being thorough and considering the financial caveats of relocating your not-for-profit.

Lawn Care Considerations for Affordable Housing Properties

To get the most from your lawn care service, you need to map out your expectations of the type, quality, and extent of service before signing a contract with the company. Getting quotes from competitors every few years is another helpful way to ensure your price isn’t too high.

What to Include in a Not-For-Profit Investment Policy

When you invest your not-for-profit organization’s money, you want to make sure it’s going to grow and help you accomplish your mission. But all investments come with risk. So help your organization keep track and keep growing your investments by creating a strong investment policy.

How to Avoid Losing Public Charity Status

If your non-profit organization has been receiving generous donations from a single donor, whether a corporation, family trust, or philanthropist, you may reach the tipping point between being a public charity and a private foundation.

How to Make the Most of an Audit Internship

Though interns in a CPA firm may seem like grunt workers, tackling all the menial tasks the staff accountants and managers don’t want to do, they play a vital role in our firm. Hear from a few of our former interns in what they would recommend for someone tackling an audit internship.