At Harper Pearson, we recognize the unique and intricate aspects of accounting and financial reporting for tax exempt organizations, government agencies and private foundations. We want to help you make a difference, and that calls for a profound and up-to-date knowledge of the ever-changing environment under which not-for-profit organizations must operate. Our tenured professionals have served over 100 not-for-profit organizations, and this dedicated experience allows us to:
At Harper Pearson we pride ourselves on understanding the intricacies and policies surrounding your not-for-profit—from 501(c) and grant compliance to single audits and fiduciary responsibilities.
We understand the accounting methods used by not-for-profit organizations. From donor restrictions and net assets to fundraising and the statement of functional expenses, we know how to test and verify information efficiently.
We have a keen sense of best practices for reporting, internal controls, budgeting and other operational matters.
We know all the filing requirements, appropriate deductions against unrelated business income and proper donor acknowledgements.
There are more than 1.5 million not-for-profit organizations registered with the IRS. Every responsible accounting decision means more money for the mission.
Designation as a 501(c)3 organization means that not only is a charitable organization tax exempt, but its donors can also write off donations.