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There are times when extra hands are needed. Vacation, medical leave, resignation, system conversion or eliminating backlog all represent situations that can push you to seek a temporary controller to keep your organization on track and functioning efficiently.
Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman provides professionals with a wide breadth of expertise, experience in nonprofit and private sector accounting, and a thorough understanding of controllership responsibilities. What differentiates our team from other service providers is that we strive to deliver the highest value throughout an engagement. We are happy to perform as much or as little of a controller’s administrative work as desired. We tailor our approach to each client’s needs, which can include basic work such as transaction processing and recording or, if other staff is selected to manage those tasks, our team will deliver only supplemental expertise that cannot quickly or easily be replaced.
The following represent some high-level services our team provides:
- Allocation of transactions to cost or program centers
- Budgeting and forecasting
- Financial statement preparation and analysis
- Bank account reconciliation
- Financial records closing and audit preparation
- Annual budget process assistance
- Tax forms preparation
- Cash flow management
- Key performance indicators tracking
Our years of controllership expertise ensure a minimal learning curve when you invite us to help manage your financial operations. We are adept at dealing with a variety of issues and are ready to step in on a part- or full-time basis for as long or short a time as you need us. We require no time commitment from clients other than their willingness to demand the very best of our expert services.
Bob Albrecht has been our auditor for almost a decade for very real reasons. He is a true professional who takes a pragmatic approach to operating in the most difficult of environments.
Drew Sullivan | Editor
Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project