Category: Outsourced Accounting

Retirement Plan Options during the COVID-19 Crisis

By Jennifer McCahill, CPA, Partner Individuals and organizations are looking for ways to gain access to cash during this time of financial and economic uncertainty. As Congress and the Administration discuss additional aid packages, we are seeing changes to the traditional regulations that would allow individuals and organizations to access funds through retirement plans. There…

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Invest Time and Resources to Improve the Month-End Close Process

By Sharon Carbonell, CPA | Manager, Outsourced Accounting and Advisory Services For many who work in the finance department of a nonprofit or for-profit business, the month-end close process is a constant source of strain. Inefficiency and operational ambiguity are sore spots in particular, generally the result of manual data entry, lack of coordination, deficient…

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Your Accounting Function Can Become an Organizational Asset with an Accounting Systems Assessment

By: John Pace, CPA, CVA | Partner and Director of Outsourced Accounting and Advisory Services Despite adding accounting staff and implementing new software products, many organizations struggle with significant challenges related to their accounting function. Even with adequate resources and effective leadership, they may still experience issues with providing accurate reports, timely closing of the…

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8 Steps for an Easier Audit

GRF Partners Ian Shuman and John Pace and Senior Manager Elinor Litwack recently presented a webinar on planning for an easier audit. Additional information including the webinar recording and PowerPoint slides are available here. The presenters provided 8 key takeaways to make your next audit easier based on years of experience assisting clients as members…

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Getting Started with Enterprise Risk Management, A Guide for Nonprofits