Do you manage a non-profit organization in Ventura County?
If so, we can help. We have years of experience providing accounting services for non-profit
organizations. Our team of dedicated professionals will work with you to ensure your books are up to
date and accurate at all times. You’ll never have to worry about staying on top of your accounting again!
We understand that non-profit executives are frequently unpaid volunteers and our goal is to help you
function with efficiency, accuracy and reliability.
We will provide monthly, quarterly and annual financial reports as well as managerial reports to focused
on fund reporting.
We can also provide experienced day-to-day business consulting to provide you with the information
you need to make key decisions.
Imagine every donation, grant, and expense is in its place
Every non-profit has to deal with many financial challenges. Budgeting, forecasts, grant tracking, and account reconciliations are all part of the overall decision-making process. Using affordable QuickBooks Online, we can improve your accounting processes. We will handle your information with care, precision and confidentiality. We will provide the financial reporting that you need to make informed management decisions.
Accounting is not your job. But it’s your responsibility
It is quite a job for non-profit managers to produce the financial information that boards of directors, donors and the government require. You can only do so much in the time you have available, particularly if you are volunteering your time. Our service allows you to achieve full financial control and control while freeing up your time
Accounting and Bookkeeping Services We Provide:
QuickBooks setup and management – Non-profit accounting is easier with QuickBooks, which is
affordable and simple.
Business operations – We can take over as much or as little of the day-to-day administration of your
non-profit as you require.
Bookkeeping – We will manage your day-to-day transactions for you, ensuring that all entries are
correct and audit and tax ready at the end of the year.
Financial Statements – Monthly, quarterly and annually custom designed for your organization.
Management consulting – Experienced professionals ready and able to help at all times.
Budgeting and forecasting – We make it easy to understand your non-profit organization’s finances.
Operating plans – With your input, we create effective business plans that will put you on the right path
to achieve your goals.
Cost accounting – Take control and optimize your non-profit’s efficiency.
Financial planning – The greatest approach to lay the groundwork for your future is by establishing a
Financial reporting – We provide the information that you need when you need it.
Virtual CFO – Financial advice to help you make better decisions with confidence.
Payroll – Simplify and manage your payroll process.
Whether you are starting a non-profit or running an established organization, we can make your life
easier. And we can do it at an affordable fixed rate. Our expert accountants are ready to install a
complete accounting system for your new organization quickly and economically. If your current system
is not functioning as you would like it to, we have the problem-solving experience to get your books back
on track with accurate books and timely reporting.
Get on the right track with Ten Key Accounting Solutions – affordable accounting services designed
specifically for non-profits. We will install a complete accounting system quickly and economically, or
troubleshoot your current system for peak efficiency. Call us today at (805) 765-4112 or fill out our
contact form for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do nonprofits need an accountant?
Yes, non-profits of every size need an accountant! Non-profits need an accountant to help achieve financial responsibility and carry out the mission of the organization. This will help executives to save time while receiving accurate financial information in order to make the best decisions for their business.
What kind of accounting do non-profits use?
Fund accounting is a method used by non-profit accountants. Non-profit organizations may use fund accounting to measure the impact of the organization and focus on achieving goals.
Is QuickBooks good for non-profits?
QuickBooks for Non-profits is the most effective tool for charities to handle their donations. The program offers easy-to-understand and comprehensive accounting functions for non-profits.
Is outsource accounting affordable?
Hiring outsourced financial services is more cost-effective and efficient than employing in-house finance personnel. You get the work done at a guaranteed fixed rate.
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