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Tate & Tryon, CPAs & Consultants is a full service public accounting firm that specializes exclusively in serving a wide range of tax exempt entities, including associations, professional societies, cultural, educational, scientific, research, and advocacy organizations. We provide Audit & Assurance, Tax, Outsourcing, and Advisory Services to hundreds of national and international nonprofit organizations.

We also provide Technology and Financial Systems Consulting through T3 Information Systems, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tate & Tryon. T3 specializes in Microsoft Dynamics GP, SL, and CRM, as well as financial reporting, dashboarding, and budgeting applications such as OneStop Reporting, NetCharts Performance Dashboards, FRx, and Full Circle Budget.

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Changing the world is no small feat. Our unparalleled experience serving the nonprofit sector ensures that you will receive sophisticated solutions to your most complex financial challenges We believe that continued success among our diverse portfolio of leading nonprofits and association clients is linked to our high level of employee confidence Tate & Tryon brought us not only their extensive experience, but also a thoughtful, careful and respectful style. - David Craven Whether you have 3 years or 20 years of experience, Tate & Tryon will encourage you to make an impact and be a leader within the firm. At Tate and Tryon, our goal is providing services which exceed our clients expectations on a timely, and consistent basis
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Tate & Tryon Announces Staff Promotions

Tate & Tryon is pleased to announce the promotions of 9 staff members within the Firm’s Audit and Outsourced Services departments.

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    • Reporting Noncash Donations on Schedule M
      Organizations that receive both cash and noncash contributions are generally required to report those donations on Schedule B. In addition to reporting on Schedule B, certain noncash donations are also reportable on Schedule M.
      Exempt Organization TaxBy Fred Longwood, CPA, Manager, Exempt Organization Tax Services

    • Save Time at Month End by Reconciling Less: Improving the Interaction Between Your AMS/CRM and Accounting System
      Organizations spend top dollars to purchase, implement, and use best-of-breed association management systems and customer relations management systems (AMS/CRM). Then the value of those top dollar systems seems to wane from the point of view of your staff due to the dreaded accounting month-end close. This is because the month-end close causes collaboration to occur between staff from various departments who are forced to interact on a level with these systems that do not connect with the processes they have implemented outside of these systems. Your accounting lead can help all departments lessen the amount of arsenal needed to close the month in your AMS/CRM and accounting system by reconciling less.
      Accounting & Audit

    • Monitoring your Master Vendor List to Prevent Fraud
      Periodic review of your organization’s master vendor list is an effective way to respond to risks of fraud within your organization. Not only will you be carrying out your due diligence by monitoring this area of your organization’s activity, the importance of which is heavily emphasized in COSO’s Internal Control Integrated Framework revised in May 2013, but you will also have better insight into where exactly disbursements are made.
      Accounting & Audit

    • Designing a Four-Star Dashboard
      In a recent article, Dante Williams, a Senior Tax Accountant at Tate & Tryon, described the importance of including multiple internal stakeholders when selecting and implementing an Association Management System (AMS). This principle also applies to the development of reports and dashboards. Before jumping into an Excel sheet or requesting a report from your data analyst, ask yourself: What do I and other staff in our organization need to know and why? You might be excited to play with your new shiny dashboard tool, but before you do, you must be able to answer this and other foundational questions. The following steps provide a framework for ensuring that your approach to reporting is not just flashy, but also effective and meaningful.
      Strategic ResearchBy Lauren Malone, Director of Strategic Research

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