Non-profits are born of unfulfilled needs, and their causes run the gamut. But serving an underserved population has its challenges. People rely on your organization, and your organization relies heavily on donors, grants, and strong leaders to keep providing services to those who need them the most. Accounting, auditing, budgeting, and financial reporting are vital to pursuing your mission. You need a competent CPA and advisory firm, and KPM provides industry-specific services to more than 100 non-profit organizations.
We don’t just provide accounting and consulting services to non-profits. Our team members support them by volunteering, serving on boards, and making personal donations. We also highlight a local non-profit each month through our #ClientsWithACause program.
Non-profit organizations often struggle with tight budgets and limited resources, but accounting is a necessity. If you need controllership services, help processing payroll, or assistance with accounts payable or receivable functions, call on KPM.
The board determines the future of your organization, and members need to be able to make informed decisions. Our team can help them interpret financial statements, grasp government regulations, and embrace their fiscal responsibilities.
Is your employee benefit plan competitive and cost-effective? Not only do we audit benefit plans, we consult on plan design and investment strategies. Our non-profit clients also look to us for guidance on government compliance.
Saying your non-profit is financially healthy isn’t enough. You need proof when presenting to the board or soliciting donors. Audited financial statements provide that added level of assurance. Make KPM your trusted auditor.
Like businesses, non-profits are susceptible to fraud. Their often noble intentions don’t make them any less of a target for criminals looking to exploit weaknesses. Our team can help you unmask fraudsters and pursue justice.
Is your organization hindered by inadequate IT resources? Too often, non-profits are using outdated systems to manage their staff, donors, and clients. KPM’s IT consultants can help assess your needs and recommend upgrades.
Don’t find out the hard way your internal controls aren’t cutting it. Bring in the KPM team for a top-to-bottom review. Through interviews and testing, our auditors will identify improvement areas and suggest remedies.
As a tax-exempt organization, you’re no stranger to the annual Form 990 process. Compiling accurate information and telling your financial story is critical for this public-facing form. We’ll help you get it filed correctly and on time.
When resources are thin, consider outsourcing your payroll tax responsibilities to KPM. We provide this service for a range of businesses and non-profits that don’t want the hassle of keeping tabs on changing tax rates and deductions.
There’s a lot of red tape involved when non-profits receive and disburse large federal grants. Some grants will trigger single audits that are second nature to our team. We’ll guide you through every step of the process.
KPM’s non-profit advisors hold advanced certificates to enhance their industry knowledge.
The Not-for-Profit Certificate is awarded by the American Institute of CPAs. Completing this program signifies an advanced understanding of not-for-profit financial management, including accounting and financial reporting, tax compliance, and governance and assurance.
The Single Audit Certificate is awarded by the American Institute of CPAs. Completing this program signifies an advanced understand of internal controls over compliance, compliance testing, and how to identify federal assistance and determine a nonfederal entity’s major programs.
The GO LEAD program supports southwest Missouri non-profits through professional development and networking opportunities. Our CPAs and advisors lend their expertise to various non-profit management courses available through the program.
The Not-for-Profit Section helps members stay apprised of non-profit industry trends and resources to better serve clients. KPM is proud to be a part of this industry-leading organization and provide knowledge-sharing opportunities to non-profits.
The U.S. is home to 1.3 million charitable non-profit organizations.
Most non-profits are community-based, with 92% spending less than $1 million annually.
Government grants and contracts account for 32% of non-profit revenue.
Sources: Dun & Bradstreet, National Council for Nonprofits, The Center for Effective Philanthropy
Our CPAs and industry advisors understands how quickly the non-profit landscape is evolving. Competition for funding is fierce, and your organization needs to stay ahead of the curve. Let’s strategize—and soon.