Author: Mary Campagnolo

Exceeded All of My Expectations

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By:  Sam Franchi, Audit Intern, University of Pittsburgh
It has already been four weeks of my summer internship with Tate & Tryon and I must confess it has exceeded all my expectations. When I was initially offered an intern position here, I was a little nervous because I was not familiar with the area and I […]

Treated as One of the Audit Staff

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By:  Charles Silva, Audit Intern, Christopher Newport University
The Tate & Tryon headquarters is conveniently located a short walk from both the Foggy Bottom and Farragut West D.C. Metro stations. There are several affordable parking options within a few blocks of the office for those who drive or carpool.  The office itself is spacious with a […]

Incredible Internship Experience

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By:  Alex Daly, Audit Intern, Virginia Tech
When I first found out I was accepted into Tate & Tryon’s summer internship program, I couldn’t have been more thrilled. I quickly knew this was where I wanted to spend my summer after meeting them on campus. Even though DC wasn’t home for me, I knew I would […]

First Four Weeks

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By:  Michael Resnick, Audit Intern, Virginia Tech
Tate & Tryon has exceeded all my expectations of what I thought this summer would be. Truthfully, I stifled my excitement because I had heard of other’s boring internships at other companies. I quickly learned T&T was completely different. During my first day, my supervisor walked me through some […]

Learning New Skills and Interacting with Fantastic People

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By: Jordan Kupferberg, Accounting Intern, University of Maryland – Robert H. Smith School of Business
My time here as an Outsourced Accounting Intern at Tate & Tryon has been extremely pleasant. Coming into this summer I felt like I had a basic idea of how the internship would progress, but didn’t really have a clue as to […]

Automatic Revocation of Exempt Status for Subordinate Group Members: Reinstatement and Erroneous Revocation

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By: R. Michael Sorrells, CPA, Tax Principal
Automatic Revocation:  The Pension Protection Act of 2006 added a provision to the tax law (IRC Section 6033(j)), which automatically revokes tax exempt status for any tax-exempt organization that does not file a Form 990 series return (Form 990, 990-EZ or 990-N, as applicable) for 3 consecutive years.  Tax […]

T&T Welcomes Nine New Hires

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Please join us in welcoming the newest additions to outsourcing, audit, and technology departments:
Nurah Ford, Interim Controller
Nurah Ford has joined the Firm’s Outsourced Services practice as an Interim Controller and has over 10 years of accounting and financial management experience, primarily in the nonprofit industry.  In this role, Nurah will function as controller for our […]

Enterprise Risk Management – is it Part of Your Strategy?

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Strategic planning is a useful exercise in providing guidance in fulfilling a mission. Unfortunately, most strategic plans ignore risks and have no visible or clearly articulated connection to the organization’s strategy.  Risk management and strategy-setting are not separate and distinct activities.
The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO), defines enterprise risk management as:
“A […]

Join us in October for the 18th Annual Power of A–Summit Awards Dinner

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On Wednesday, October 4, 2017, the association community will come together to celebrate the association industry during the 18th Annual Power of A–Summit Awards Dinner at the National Building Museum.
The Summit Awards Dinner is ASAE’s signature event of the year showcasing the unique and indispensable role associations play in America and around the world in […]

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