Professional Bookkeeping Services for Nonprofit Organizations

Are you a not-for-profit (NFP) organization struggling to balance your substantial growth while keeping your core focus? BudgetEase gives nonprofit organizations peace of mind with its bookkeeping expertise.

Why Use BudgetEase for Nonprofit Bookkeeping?

    • Professionals that specialize in bookkeeping for nonprofit organizations. We have a team that works only on our not-for-profit clients.
    • Assistance with Grant Accounting including DOE, NIH, SBIR and other Government Grants
    • More time to spend on your organization
    • Help in growing your organization
    • Consistent, reliable service
    • Quick responses to your questions
    • On-time delivery
    • A Nonprofit Professional Bookkeeping Review, which you can view here

Download Our Nonprofit Bookkeeping Overview here

Consider a monthly Nonprofit Bookkeeping Review in order to:

    • Maintain accurate Information
    • Eliminate year end scramble
    • Achieve peace of mind

Each Nonprofit Bookkeeping Review includes:

    • Bank Reconciliations (up to 50 total transactions per month and 2 bank accounts)
    • Enter Payroll
    • Pay CAT and Sales Tax, if applicable
    • Review General Ledger
    • Evaluation of current QuickBooks set up and recommendation for flexible nonprofit reporting
    • Provide Statement of Activity, Statement of Financial Position, Statement of Cash Flow, Pledges Receivable and Grants Receivable reports
    • Track profit and loss by program
    • Track grant income and spending
    • Consultation to discuss efficiencies and suggestions

Additional Services and Add-ons:

    • Dashboard for board meetings, including Key Performance Indicators (KPI)
    • Cash Forecast incorporating timing of grant funding
    • Assistance in preparing and entering annual budget by program
    • Chart of Accounts revision - tailored to fit Unified Chart of Accounts and Form 990
    • Product & Services mapping - to enhance financial reporting
    • Personalized training
    • Board education - to help members interpret nonprofit financial reports
    • Review benefit withholding - making sure that payments flow correctly through accounts
    • Cost of labor distributed across grants or programs as required by grantors
    • Monthly adjustment for operating and restricted cash
    • Reconciliation of QuickBooks to donor software
    • 1099 preparation and submission of 1099 forms for all applicable contractors
    • Government grant tracking and special reporting
    • Year-end review - tax prep and audit assistance/recommendations
    • Special reports - for Finance Committee and Board of Directors
    • Record Month End Accruals - to match income and expenses to the appropriate accounting periods
    • Prepare development reports at end of grant period that comply with grant requirements
    • Functional Expense Summary (Programs, General and Administrative, Fundraising)
    • Assistance with audit Liquidity Disclosure

 

Learn about the Difference Between Board and Donor Restrictions by watching our video below.

Budget Ease Donor vs Board Restricted Funds

 

Learn How We've Helped Other Nonprofit Organizations

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