Auditing Services at its Best
Unlike some firms, we realize that every non-profit has certain needs that are unique to them, and that they’re faced with challenges such as growing competition for funding and trying to do more with limited resources. As a result, we cater our service to each client so the daunting task of playing such a vital role within their community is made a little easier.
By their lonesome, under that type of pressure, unintentional errors can easily take place. Mistakes within any business can be a major setback. In a non-profit organization, they can be detremental. These organizations are stewards of the public and their members’ trust. An audit provides them with assurance that everything is in working order.
Maletta & Company specializes in non-profit auditing. The company has been dedicated to serving those organizations that are there to make a difference in their communities.
Our audits, our procedures, and our expert staff help to assure that non-profits are able to not only continue to do what they’ve done for years, but do it even better in the future by managing themselves more efficiently and effectively.
We work with our non-profits side-by-side to make sure that happens.
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Here you can learn more about each service we provide, and select which one fits you. After you selected the service, feel free to contact us for further details.
Financial Audits of Non-Profit Organizations
Financial Audits address questions of accounting, recording, and reporting of financial transactions. Reviewing the adequacy of internal controls also falls within the scope of financial audits.
Non-Profit Service Groups
We provide audits for a number of non-profit service groups, including museums, historical societies, religious organizations. Our audits help to assure that non-profits are able to not only continue to do what they’ve done for years, but do it even better in the future.
An agreed-upon procedure is an engagement between us and a client to issue a report on procedures and findings based on specific procedures related to a financial statement component or written assertion.
Including federal tax return 990 and all applicable state tax return forms.
Compliance Audits seek to determine if departments are adhering to federal and state regulations, policies, and procedures.
Government and State Single Audits
These audits are the examination of an entity that expends $500,000 or more of federal assistance. Its objective is to provide assurance to the government as to the use of such funds.