Ever since our CPA firm opened in 1989, we have supported not-for-profit organizations with transparent assurance, accounting solutions and tax reporting. Today, Mahoney advises more than 200 not-for-profit organizations of all sizes. Some have budgets of less than $100,000 while others oversee complex missions with budgets in the millions. Most organizations operate multiple, distinct programs with a variety of funding sources that require knowledge of specific regulations and reporting standards, including Uniform Guidance. With this experience, we help a variety of not-for-profit organizations accurately communicate and report on their fiscal health and outcomes.
Connect with a CPA firm that understands nonprofit accounting. The team at Mahoney helps you fulfill your mission and translate your financial story to support board member responsibilities and the requirements of key stakeholders. It’s our job to guide your not-for-profit leaders through decisions such as choosing the right level of assurance engagement, conducting accurate reporting and addressing changes in funding or cash flow. Gain insights for revenue recognition standards, flexible budgeting and forecasting. We also have more than 20 years of experience in QuickBooks® with more than a dozen Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisors of the highest ratings.
While you focus on changing the world for the better, let us help you stay agile for what’s next.
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Our team is very engaged with trade associations and standard-setting bodies to support not-for-profits with upcoming changes in the industry. . For example, within the Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants, our team helps to plan the annual not-for-profit conference and serves on the not-for-profit special interest section. We are also actively involved in the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits as committee members and presenters. Our CPA professional involvement includes the following: