Audit Time Again? Be Prepared, Not Scared
Done right, an audit can help increase the performance, sustainability and fiscal responsibility of your organization.
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“The Nonprofit Audit Pocket Guide” provides your finance and executive team with a handy guidebook for before, during and after the traditional audit process. Inside you’ll find:
- How to PREPARE your people, processes and paperwork for an audit.
- Assign a team or individual to organize documents for the auditor, coordinate the auditor’s scheduling and manage the onsite visit.
- Demonstrate strong internal controls over access to financial resources and provide an audit trail that clearly tracks transactions to sources of revenue.
- Start collecting audit related documents sooner rather than later to avoid the last minute crunch.
- What goes on while the AUDIT is happening?
- The auditors ensure your organizations financial statements reflect your organizations financial state by reviewing financial records, examining internal controls and learning how funds come in and go out.
- What happens POST-AUDIT?
- Following the audit your leadership team will have a set of initiatives to improve internal controls and operating efficiencies.
At its best, an audit can instill confidence among donors, ensure compliance with accounting standards, and help protect your organization against fraud. The experts at have put together this guide to help make short work of your audit preparations.
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