Not-For-Profit Services Group
You need to make every dollar count, right? We understand. Without properly managed finances for your not-for-profit, making every dollar count can feel impossible. Corrigan Krause can help you meet your challenges head on, refining your financial reporting, driving greater efficiency in fundraising and, ultimately, helping you further the goals of your cause.
Not-For-Profit Services Solutions
You know how accounting and management issues directly affect the fiscal stability of your not-for-profit. So do we. With many team members actively involved in not-for-profits both personally and professionally, we have firsthand experience with the scrutiny you face from government agencies, donors and members of your Board.
A successful not-for-profit is built on many things: sufficient funding and donations, reliable information and dedicated staff and volunteers to see it through the ups and downs. Corrigan Krause provides an extra layer to aid in your success: alternative consulting and guidance, from tax help to grant applications. We’re here to provide you with the tools to help your organization gain the trust and support of the communities you serve.
Corrigan Krause has worked with foundations, endowments, charities, churches, country clubs, schools, hospitals and other 501(c) entities over the past 30 years, performing various audit, financial reporting, attestation, consulting and tax work. It is our firm’s policy that our not-for-profit team completes annual training in not-for-profit financial statement presentation, auditing standards and federal and state tax preparation. Corrigan Krause is invested in the not-for-profit industry not only professionally but also personally with several members on the team volunteering and serving on various Boards of Trustees.
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• Qualifying standards have changed over the months, but as a baseline, qualification is determined by one of two factors.
• The employee retention credit cannot be claimed for wages that are expected to be forgiven under a Paycheck Protection Plan loan or other Covid-relief programs.