Accountants for Non Profits.
Meeting the unique needs of your non profit organisation
As a membership or trade organisation, a cooperative or a mutual organisation, profit may not be your aim. But you still need to focus on funding your organisation while demonstrating sustainability, transparency, accountability and responsible governance. As specialist accountants for non profits we can help you achieve your core goals and overcome challenges by working with you to minimise risk and ensure compliance with the regulations facing you.
Our skills as accountants for non-profits cover:
- compliance issues
- financial reporting
- independent examinations
- due diligence
- tax relief and consultancy
- payroll support
- accounts preparation
Our experienced accountants for non profits are here to support you in all these areas with accounting services tailored to your organisation.
Where do you want to go?
Talk to one of our experts today. They’ll listen, ask smart questions, and start to identify ways JCS can support your mission.
How we helped Pilgrims’ Friends Society
Pilgrims’ Friends Society (PFS) run monthly payrolls for over 20 care homes. They needed to ensure that their payroll function was documented and resilient. We worked with their payroll department to record their processes and systems. We tested the documentation was accurate and comprehensive by ensuring a payroll could be successfully run by our own a payroll department in isolation. Feedback from this processing enabled a payroll continuity plan to be developed in consultation with them. PFS now have peace of mind that they have an effective continuity plan in place for their payrolls.
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If there’s a development in tax law, government policy or sector regulation, you can rely on our expert commentators to tell you what you need to know, what it means for your sector and, most importantly, what you should do about it.
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