We specialize in providing accounting, auditing, and consulting services to nonprofit and governmental entities. In addition, we specialize in providing tax return preparation and tax consulting for nonprofit entities.
The firm has a Nonprofit and Government Service Group with staff devoting their time to gaining an understanding of the accounting and business challenges related to our nonprofit and governmental clientele. We are committed to providing the specialized education and training needed for the Group to provide the highest level of service to our nonprofit and government clients.
Our quality work product is reflected in our firm’s membership to the Governmental Audit Quality Center of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). Members of this organization are committed to procedures which ensure the highest level of quality control. As members of the Audit Quality Center, we have access to a wide range of resources and experts throughout the United States.
Our firm works with many nonprofit and government organizations that receive state and federal funding. Many of our clients are subject to Government Auditing Standards, as well as the Uniform Guidance requirements.
Because of our experience and commitment to working with nonprofit and government entities, we have developed an insight that not only provides our clients with an effective and efficient audit but also provides them with opportunities to improve efficiency, strengthen controls, and enhance revenues.
We have developed experience in some specific areas:
- PA School Districts
- Health Care
- Social Clubs
- Voluntary Health and Welfare Organizations
- Volunteer Fire Departments
- Water, Sewer, and Transportation Authorities
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