Greater Boston Bookkeeping has a long history of providing bookkeeping services to non-profit organizations. Chances are if you're reading this page, you work at a non-profit organization as either its executive director, operations manager or in grant management. You are passionate in your non-profit organization's cause and are looking for an accounting professional who may not only share your passion for your core mission, but more importantly also understands the nuances and complexities of non-profit bookkeeping.
Bookkeeping for nonprofits is performed entirely differently than for for-profit entities. Even a non-profit's financial statements are formatted differently because the chart of accounts for non profits (if using QuickBooks Premier Nonprofit Edition) ties to the Form 990. (If you're new to the non-profit world, a good starting reference point is www.guidestar.org where you'll find a multitude of information on non-profits, including the Form 990.)
Perhaps you are the one at your non-profit who manages the grants and need reporting geared specifically to help you gauge how committed funds are being spent. Greater Boston Bookkeeping can help you by reporting this specific information.
In addition, as your non-profit bookkeeper, we can help you manage your books effectively by providing set-up services to modify QuickBooks' sample chart of accounts and by providing day-to-day bookkeeping that includes these financial statements:
- Statement of activities
- Statement of financial position
- Cash flow statement
- Statement of functional expense
Moreover, while we cannot perform the independent audit of your financial statements, we can help you locate a qualified CPA to act in this important role of auditor.
Contact us to discuss how we can help provide bookkeeping services to your nonprofit organization.