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Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman distributes five complimentary electronic newsletters. Please read about the contents of each below and subscribe to the ones you want to receive by submitting the form in the right column. You may unsubscribe at any time.

Financial Focus
Frequency: Monthly
Electronic

This monthly e-newsletter provides financial, tax and general business articles of concern to owners of closely held businesses and wealthy individuals, and anyone interested in keeping up to date with current tax concerns. Unlike Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman’s other e-newsletters, Financial Focus provides two articles in each issue as well as the Washington Tax Update, an additional suite of five tax planning and preparation articles.

Fraud Matters
Frequency: Monthly
Electronic

Fraud Matters concentrates on ways your clients can prevent and detect fraud at their businesses. Issues discussed include such topics as telltale signs of fraud, how to improve internal controls, impact of fraud on small businesses, effective measures that prevent fraud, online fraud issues and much more.

GovCon Insights
Frequency: Biweekly
Electronic

GovCon Insights provides two biweekly articles that spotlight areas of financial and operational concern to businesses that contract with the federal government. Business owners looking for insights on how to successfully understand and manage the federal grants process should consider subscribing to this complimentary newsletter. 

More Than Money
Frequency: Biweekly
Electronic

More Than Money highlights financial information, management issues and legislative acts that impact nonprofit organizations. This e-newsletter tracks current changes and discusses financial strategies and tax issues.

Valuations Plus
Frequency: Biweekly
Electronic

Targeted toward attorneys, the Valuations Plus e-newsletter focuses on business valuations, litigation support, expert witness testimony and law firm practice management.

When selecting an auditor, the Council on Social Work Education sought a firm that could bring the greatest technical expertise to our organization. I remember my first meeting with Terri McKnight. As a new Executive Director, I felt very confident that she and Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman had a handle on the nonprofit industry and could help us make better financial decisions for our environment.

Dr. Julia Watkins |  Executive Director
Council on Social Work Education