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    Presentations


  • Uniform Guidance with Procurement & Sub recipient Monitoring

    This presentation is from a complimentary webinar on Highlights of Uniform Guidance Subparts A-F With a Deeper Dive Into Procurement and Sub recipient Monitoring.

  • Property Management Under Uniform Guidance

    The Federal Government provides more than $500 Billion each year in grants to the non-federal sector. Recipients of these grants that purchase equipment with their funds, are required to comply with the property management standards under the new Uniform Guidance, various reporting requirements, inventory and depreciation tracking, minimum insurance coverage and disposal regulations. Such regulations can prove a challenge to many organizations for assuring compliance while maintaining cost efficiency.

  • Working Overseas: Individual Tax Impacts 2012

    Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman Client Services Principal Kate Fisken discusses the tax issues faced by staff on overseas assignments and their employers.

  • Capital Management for Nonprofits

    Senior Audit Manager Trevor Williams presented on "The Effective Management of Nonprofit Investments: The Auditor's Perspective" at a September 18, 2012 seminar entitled Capital Management for Nonprofits. Mr. Williams co-presented with Dwayne Jackson, a principal at Rembert Pendleton Jackson and Mike Gordon, vice president at Stout & Teague.

  • Policies and Procedures that Help Nonprofits Achieve Their Financial Goals

    GRF details how nonprofit leaders with a strong grasp on how to develop effective policies and procedures are well on their way to leading their organizations to business success.

  • Working Overseas: Individual Tax Impacts

    Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman Client Services Principal Kate Fisken discussed a variety of tax issues and compliance requirements employers must consider as they concern overseas staff.

  • Nonprofit Retirement Plans: What You Must Know

    Employee Benefit Plan Specialist Jackie Cardello addresses audit concerns and considerations, and compliance requirements for nonprofit organizations, regarding their retirement plans.

  • Best Practices for Management and Individuals Working Overseas

    Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman International Tax Specialist Troy Turner and Client Services Principal Kate Fisken highlighted various areas concerning the taxation of individuals living overseas at the 2011 Interaction Forum in Washington, DC.

  • Internal Audit: In-sourced, Co-sourced or Outsourced

    Jim Larson, audit partner at Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman, illustrated common internal audit models and reviewed the benefits and drawbacks of each for international non-governmental organizations.

  • Sub-Recipient Monitoring: External Audit Perspective

    Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman presented on the responsibilities of pass-through entities for federal awards to international non-governmental organizations.

    Special Publications


  • 2012 Payroll Tax Extension Special Report

    This special publication explains the 2012 payroll tax holiday extension signed into law by President Obama on February 22, 2012.

  • Health Care Act Planning Letter

    President Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Affordability Act in 2010.  Though many of the changes that these laws mandate will not take effective for several years, it is nevertheless important to understand them so you can adequately plan for yourself and your business.

    White Papers


  • Nonprofit Board Members: Role and Responsibilities

    This white paper explains the job descriptions and the roles of board members at nonprofit organizations, and delves into their responsibilities to oversee management and the culture of the nonprofit as a whole. 

  • How to Prepare for an Annual Audit

    Learn not to fear your annual audit, but rather see it as an opportunity to ensure sound financial practices. This white paper explains how to prepare yourself for your audit and why it is important to prepare ahead of time. It will tell you what to expect once the auditor arrives and how to make the process as smooth and efficient as possible so your organization can maximize the benefits of professional financial analysis and advice.

"Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs (GRF), understand our work. We love working with GRF because they are consummate professionals who believe in really getting to know what we do."

Tharangi Cumaranatunge |  Finance Controller
The American Refugee Committee