Making a difference is not only an expression for nonprofit organizations, but also one that Mauldin & Jenkins embraces. As nonprofit auditing, compliance, and tax planning experts, we understand there is more to business than just the bottom line – it’s about helping people and improving communities. We are committed to supporting the causes of nonprofits by employing a group of professionals who specialize in the nonprofit industry. This dedicated group within the firm receives both nonprofit continuing professional education (CPE), as well as governmental CPE, to stay up to date with changing standards.
Mauldin & Jenkins is responsive to its clients by providing continuous service at the highest possible level throughout the year. We also provide training to our clients and the public regarding nonprofit issues.
Close partner involvement on engagements is designed to provide our clients with the highest level of professional service. Our efficient, paperless audit processes save our clients time and effort. In addition to our technical expertise, our professionals focus on relationships and service, which is the reason why we tend to retain our clients for many years.
Mauldin & Jenkins is committed to keeping current on the latest accounting standards and assisting our nonprofit clients in meeting their unique financial reporting needs.
Mauldin & Jenkins has extensive auditing experience under Generally Accepted Auditing Standards, Governmental Auditing Standards, Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) audit guidelines and Single Audit Act. We can assist with governance and policy issues. Our healthcare expertise and understanding of Federal and State reimbursement can be a substantial asset to nonprofit organizations operating in the healthcare arena.
Many organizations generate enough revenue to require an annual 990 information return. We spend time with you on tax planning issues that are unique to nonprofit agencies.
Our nonprofit professionals have expertise in working with agencies such as civic groups, hospitals, long-term healthcare facilities, medical foundations, legal services programs, university foundations, affordable housing communities and other voluntary, health and welfare organizations.
The nonprofit sector is a major contributor to state economies with more than 1.5 million nonprofit organizations registered in the U.S. However, state tax law does not always offer the same exemption status awarded by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Many state taxes (sales, withholding, &, etc.) still apply to the activities and functions to carry on the day-to-day operations of a nonprofit. Please click here to learn more about how our SALT practice can help you.
Range of Services
- Audits, Reviews & Compilations
- Outsourced Accounting & CFO Services
- OMB Uniform Guidance
- Department of Housing and Urban Development
- Form 990 and 990-T Tax Planning/Returns
- Retirement Plan Audits
- Governance and Policy Consulting
- Educating Board Members on their Fiscal Responsibilities and Governance