Nonprofit accounting is unique. With over twenty-five years of nonprofit experience, Shaw & Co., P.C. is highly specialized in nonprofit accounting and serves many nonprofits throughout the state. Our nonprofit clients enrich our community by promoting performing arts, international relief, cultural appreciation, education, public policy, and other important missions.
We understand the complexities of the nonprofit world and can help your organization comply with changing accounting standards, adapt to the IRS’s greater demands for transparency and governance, and anticipate emerging issues. We can also help your Organization understand and manage important financial indicators and minimize potential Unrelated Business Income.
Shaw & Co., P.C.’s small size and nonprofit specialization offers a unique alternative to Utah nonprofits. We’ll perform an efficient, high-quality audit, review, or compilation to meet the reporting requirements of your Organization’s funders. Alternatively, our team will serve as your “internal” accounting department to free you and your staff from the hassles of complex, time-intensive accounting tasks. This allows you to focus your time on managing and growing your Organization.
As a member of the American Institute of CPAs Government Audit Quality Center, we are committed to adhering to the highest quality standards by voluntarily agreeing to the Center membership requirements, which include designating a partner responsible for our government audit practice, establishing quality control programs, performing annual internal inspection procedures, and making our peer review report findings publicly available.
At Shaw & Co., P.C., our goal is to continue to enhance our quality initiatives within our nonprofit practice to deliver the highest quality services possible.
Next Generation Accounting Firms provide clients with the highest level of client service and professional support. At Shaw & Co., P.C., we go beyond the numbers to partner with clients—working year round to ensure you stay on a healthy financial path. We also offer an ...
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