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When searching for an accounting firm to outsource your nonprofit’s financial management, look for one with extensive experience in nonprofit accounting and tax compliance. The ideal candidate will have a deep understanding of the complexities of nonprofit accounting and be able to effectively communicate with you about your unique financial needs and goals. This will help ensure that your nonprofit remains in compliance with all tax laws and regulations.
The CPA Firm’s Guide to Outsourced Finance & Accounting
Many CPA Firms are finding the best solution to scale their firm is to outsource finance or accounting functions to an experienced third-party provider. But how do you know if this arrangement could be advantageous for your firm? And how do you ensure a successful experience?
The Founder’s Guide to Early-Stage Funding
As the founder of a new business, you’ve developed an idea for a product you believe will fill an important need in the market. But while the idea itself may seem like the most important driver of your new venture’s success, your ability to raise capital is one of the greatest determinants of your company’s viability.
Audit Prep, Made Easy with Scrubbed’s Non-Profit Audit Checklist
The key to a seamless audit process is advanced preparation. Scrubbed has worked on dozens of non-profit audits and has documented what you need to do and by when to make your next audit a walk in the park.
The Biotech Founder’s Guide to Early-Stage Funding
Unlike less capital-intensive industries, the biotech field isn’t one where a founder’s own assets can get the business off the ground (at least not in most cases). More often, startup funds must come from seed capital.