Since 1996 we have used a risk-based approach to not only provide efficient and effective audit services, but to also help you get better at what you do. Our audit services will be provided in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards (and the uniform grant guidance if a single audit is required) and ensure your financial statements are prepared in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the USA. We will also be forward thinking as we help you identify potential risks and solutions that will help you continue to improve how you serve your community.
When Boyd Greene and Larry Finney started GF in 1996, their strategy was to specialize in serving government and nonprofit organizations, and we continue that strategy today. From the beginning, GF has played many different roles within the nonprofit industry, in addition to providing audit and other services.
We currently provide audit and 990 tax services to over 30 nonprofit organizations in South Carolina. We also provide outsourced accounting services and prepare the 990 tax form filing for several other nonprofit organizations. In addition, GF brings additional benefits as we serve nonprofits in South Carolina.
Isn't it comforting to know you don't have to be a tax expert in addition to helping run your nonprofit? With Greene Finney, you can rest assured you are in good hands not matter what the tax matter, whether it is the preparation of your 990 tax return or working with the IRS or state agency to solve your payroll tax issue.
Nonprofits have some unique needs for financial advice and help. Our goal is for you to focus on successfully serving your community knowing that your nonprofit's financial matters are in good hands. We understand that there are many aspects of running a successful nonprofit so please take a moment to review the types of advisory services we offer:
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