Audit and Tax

Worry-free audit and tax services for nonprofits.

Nonprofit organizations (NPOs) face increasingly difficult challenges. NPOs grapple with strict regulatory compliance issues, increased emphasis on transparency and accountability, and limited resources.

To address these continuing challenges head on, and to anticipate future requirements, nonprofits need audit and tax expertise from professionals dedicated to nonprofit organizations.

Clients collaborate with a dedicated practice group of experts who work solely for the nonprofit sector and have extensive experience at the local, state, and national levels.

Attestation services for nonprofits include:

  • Financial statement audits
  • Single audits (Uniform Guidance)
  • Program-specific audits
  • Financial statement reviews and compilations
  • Employee benefit plan audits
  • Agreed-upon procedures
  • Tax

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John E. Hemming, CPA

John oversees the nonprofit and government practice audit engagements and consulting opportunities, as well as works with clients to maintain compliance with laws and regulations.  With over 20 years of experience, he has assisted large and small nonprofit organizations in fulfilling their mission.  In addition, John performs live training throughout the year on topics such as internal controls, Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Uniform Guidance compliance, financial statement understanding, and Head Start in-kind.

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