We provide reliable, objective, and cost-effective expertise and support across all areas of your financial operation. Our extensive experience and keen understanding of the key issues facing nonprofit organizations helps drive your success.
Tate & Tryon will help optimize your resources, increase efficiencies, enhance governance, stay ahead of rapidly changing technologies, and improve your organization’s overall performance. Our objective and knowledgeable advice empowers your management team with the insight needed to make all-important business decisions.
In a world full of complexity and demands for visible transparency and accountability, like never before, every financial decision matters. And every critical decision impacts your success.
INSIGHTS & RESOURCES
Exempt Organization Tax — 01/07/2019
IRS issues interim guidance on the executive compensation excise tax required under the new tax law. Tax-exempt organizations that pay their top people over $1 million, or that provide generous severance packages are affected.
Tax — 12/17/2018
During the 2019 calendar year, the DC Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR) will begin to expire tax exemptions granted under DC law and will require all exempt entities to renew their exemptions or be reclassified as fully taxable.
Audit & Assurance — 12/17/2018
Fraud Prevention — 12/17/2018
Nonprofit Accounting-Tax-Technology — 12/17/2018
Podcasts — 12/17/2018
Understanding the methods of how employee fraud is detected can help you in taking the necessary steps to minimize your risk and protect your organization. In this podcast, we discuss active and passive methods of detecting employee fraud as well as common behavioral red flags that organizations should be aware of.
This tool contains sample elements that can be used in the creation of a document retention and destruction policy.
A sample self-assessment tool for nonprofit audit committee members to evaluate the effectiveness of the audit committee.
This sample Audit Committee Charter is intended to assist nonprofit audit committees in developing their own organization-specific charter.