Nonprofit organizations that are prepared ahead of time for an audit avoid making the audit an arduous process and, instead, gain insight and tips on achieving their financial goals and meeting donor expectations. This session is designed to help chief financial officers, controllers and other nonprofit accounting staff prepare for a smooth audit process. Accounting personnel will learn how the typical auditor thinks and therefore develop the ability to predict questions and requests that an auditor may ask during an audit. Walter will provide 15 tips to help accounting staff maximize their audit experience.
This seminar will be presented by Nonprofit Audit Partner Walt B. Derengowski and Nonprofit Audit Supervisor Thomas Netznik. This is a program of the Center for Nonprofit Advancement.