Helpful Tips for NonProfit Organizations from Larson & Company
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Is This Your Situation: Managing Requirements for Grants Received

Nonprofit organizations must account for donations and grants — from a foundation and even the government — using contributions as intended. Click through to learn what responsibilities you need to consider.

Tips on Working with Independent Contractors in Your Nonprofit

You have employees, but you also may have independent contractors. Who are they and how do they affect your nonprofit organization? Click through to learn the difference and understand how to work with contractors.

Tax Rules: Nonprofits Ignore Them at Their Peril

There's an infectious passion and energy nonprofits exude. People who work there are focused on mission building. But behind the scenes, financial management is essential. Click through for some insights into tax compliance, essential to any nonprofit's survival.

Know the Benefits of a Nonprofit Audit

The term "audit" carries a negative stigma and conjures images of grueling paperwork. But did you know that an audit might be to your advantage? Click through below to learn the benefits of nonprofit auditing.

Larson & Co - NonProfit
Larson & Company, PC
Kyle Robbins, CPA, Audit Partner
Office | 801.617.0644 |
Richard Scoresby, CPA, Tax Partner
Office | 801.984.1821 |
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