As a reputable audit firm, we will use our knowledge and experience to help your organization succeed. We can be your advisors and help you with reporting obligations, tax withholding, unrelated business income, and other issues.
Are you a Maine non-profit organization who needs financing for that new program or project?
Maybe you are struggling with the 990 filing requirements?
It is a privilege to have a tax-exempt status, and your organization gets significant benefits; however, maintaining your 501(c)(3) status isn’t automatic. Participating in certain activities could allow the IRS to revoke your exempt status or to impose certain excise taxes on your organization. We can help you keep your status by advising you on what to do and what not to do.
Our audit department offers a wide range of audit and assurance services, and we would love the opportunity to bid on your next audit or to discuss how we can help you during a free consultation.
Our Non-profit Services Include:
- Income tax preparation
- Audits of non-profit organizations
- 401k and 403b audits
- Internal control reviews
- Unrelated Business Income Tax (UBIT) consulting
- Reviewed financial statements
- Compiled financial statements
- Industry focus and experience with organizations involved in:
- Social services
- Art and museums
- Child services
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