Typically, people believe that when it comes to an audit, everyone undergoes the same process. That is a common misconception, but when it comes to a for-profit auditor and a nonprofit auditor, there are some key distinctions. At Clifford, Ross, Raudenbush, & Cooper, LLC, we have experienced doing both and can provide your nonprofit with auditing help when you need it.
What Does a Nonprofit Auditor Look For?
The requirements for nonprofit auditors are different, and companies like Clifford, Ross, Raudenbush & Cooper, LLC understand this. This particular form of auditing will include some very specific requirements. It will look specifically at tax returns and employee income, so any nonprofit company that wants to avoid a formal audit from the IRS will keep this documentation in good order. They understand there are certain disclosure requirements for nonprofits that don’t always apply to for-profit organizations.
Experienced Accounting and Financial Services
Clifford, Ross, Raudenbush & Cooper, LLC have an excellent staff of formally trained nonprofit auditors who supply services at affordable rates in an efficient manner. They have a number of excellent services that are designed to keep your business records in outstanding working order whether you are a nonprofit or for-profit organization. These services include tax planning as well as payroll services and a fraud examination department to make sure all of your records are above the boards.
When you are looking for a nonprofit auditor that understands their job completely, Clifford, Ross, Raudenbush & Cooper, LLC are the experts you need. Contact our offices today!