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Specialized needs require special attention.
When dealing with a nonprofit, you're dealing with strict tax codes, funding, and donations that can make handling your books a burden.
At Ageras, we find the best, most experienced professional you need depending on your unique circumstance, so you're free to do what you do best - running your organization.
Depending on the size of your annual budget and sources of your funding, your nonprofit may be required by law to conduct an audit.
Federal, state, and local governments may request copies of your audited financial statements. A certified auditor can review your accounting material and officially sign off on these documents for you.
These independent or single audits can be complicated to navigate alone, which is why the right professional is crucial. Our qualified auditors are specialized in understanding nonprofit audits like yours and can guide you through everything before, during, and after your audit.
Form 990 tax forms are required for most tax-exempt nonprofit organizations. This form comes in multiple iterations depending on the size of your nonprofit, and can even be waived in certain circumstances, so it's important to have your options reviewed by a professional experienced in nonprofit tax filing.
An accountant or CPA can also help you apply for and maintain your tax-exempt status. IRS subsection 501(c) details the specific requirements for your nonprofit to be exempt from federal, state, and property taxes. The right professional will ensure that your organization is categorized correctly and save you from tax hassles.
While you may have been taking care of the books yourself, finding a nonprofit-friendly bookkeeper is essential. Your nonprofit's finances can come with unique challenges that are best taken on by a professional to ensure that your books are free from errors in case of an audit.
Your bookkeeper can help you process your payroll, record data entries, keep track of expenses, and most importantly allocate your expenses.
Nonprofits carry numerous costs divided by program, administration, and fundraising. Your bookkeeper will be responsible for keeping your day-to-day records up-to-date and organized.
Advice and Counsel
Take your nonprofit to the next level with expert advice and financial counseling tailored to your needs.
A financial advisor can offer customized solutions and best practices for your organization to support your growth.
Get expert help with nonprofit tax compliance, charts of accounts, and more.
End of Year Tasks
Eliminate the hassle of filing year-end 1099s and taking care of your end of year tasks such as annual reports and tax letters.
The end of the year is a critical time for your nonprofit to collect donations and fundraising. In fact, statistics show that 28% of nonprofits raise between 26 – 50% of their fundraising during the end of the year.
Focus your attention on your organization and leave the burdensome finances to a professional who can make your year-end simple.
Whatever accounting task you need for your nonprofit, we can find the specialist right for you. Even if you already work with a professional, it's likely that you are missing out on an expert with specific industry knowledge for your nonprofit.
A professional that has a specialty nonprofit is a valuable and worthy resource and investment in making sure your finances are properly optimized.