Non Profit Bookkeeping, Tax & Accounting Services In Columbus & Surrounding Areas.
At Holbrook & Manter, we provide audit, consulting and accounting services to non-government and non-profit organizations receiving federal, state or local funding. No matter your mission, we are committed to providing your organization with quality professional services.
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- Accounting & Tax
- Financial Statement Audits, Reviews, Compilations or Preparations
- Budget & Cost Analysis
- Nonprofit Bookkeeping
- Business Analysis
- Systems Review (to improve reporting & monitoring)
- Fraud Training & Investigation
- Audit Preparation Services
- Cash Flow Analysis, Budget and Planning
Professional Accounting for Non-Profit Organizations
Non-profit organizations require compliance with unique accounting and auditing standards which can quickly change. We offer a full range of services to meet your needs. Along with standard financial statements and the accountant reports, non-profits often have additional reporting and audit requirements which can be imposed by funding sources. Our accountants know how to satisfy those requirements when performing audits.
Not-For-Profit Audits, Bookkeeping & Reporting
The not-for-profit sector has its own particular set of Generally Accepted Accounting Practices (GAAP). Throughout the years, Holbrook & Manter has worked diligently to stay on top of these financial best practices to bring comprehensive accounting services to not-for-profit organizations. Our team of external accountants can help you create not-for-profit reports, manage donations and track designated funding. We keep bookkeeping for charitable organizations simple, transparent and orderly.
The Differences Between For Profit & Non-Profit/Not-For-Profit OrganizationsLearn More
We know the differences, which helps us handle our client’s accounting needs with top level efficiency.
These two types of organizations have vast differences, from tax filing and financial reports, to personnel structure, to year-end goals. For-profits look to minimize spending and maximize profits, as their name suggests. Non-profits look to strengthen their mission by making the most of their allotted resources. And even though non-profits aren’t on the line for net income taxes, they do have to pay state, property and unrelated business income taxes. Holbrook & Manter has worked with a great number of non-profit organizations since our inception and we are prepared to help bolster your cause through our expert non-profit accounting services.Explore More Differences Here