Enabling our not-for-profit clients to attain and maintain financial stability.

Bookkeeping Practice

Our Bookkeeping Practice complements, and in some cases, replaces the local bookkeeping function.  This includes: 

  • Recording and reporting contributions
  • Transaction processing and reporting for all church expenses and vendors
  • Bank reconciliations
  • Monthly financial reporting
  • Hourly Advisory Services (recommendations only:  no decision-making)

We rely on industry best practice software and processes to ensure complete support and compliance with standards.

Did you know... that there is a distinct difference between commercial accounting practices and the fund accounting practices that need to be used by churches?  Are you comfortable that your bookkeeper knows and adheres to proper fund accounting practices?  Or might you be more comfortable outsourcing your entire Bookkeeping process to our team?

How well does your Bookkeeper understand and utilize your specific church software?  Might you be more comfortable trusting our expert team?

In addition to the money saved by having a professional faith-based Not-for-Profit third-party service bureau perform your Fund Accounting bookkeeping, did you know that it also helps to avoid conflict of interest and privacy issues?

In our capacity as Bookkeeper we will take no action and make no decisions that are the responsibility of client management. 

What Is the Difference Between a "Compilation", a "Review" and an "Audit" of financial statements? (click on the link below)

Differences Between a Compilation, a Review, and an Audit

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