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Not-for-Profit

 

The Marcum LLP Not-for-Profit (NFP) Practice Group was created to address the unique challenges organizations face in the contemporary marketplace. It can be a difficult environment for Not-for-Profits that face a pressurized economy, limited returns on investments and changing regulatory constraints.

The professionals at Marcum understand the specific needs and concerns of their charitable and institutional clientele and bring the highest level of expertise and knowledge to every service we provide them.

With a national team dedicated to exceeding the expectations of our NFP clients, Marcum delivers services with depth and breadth of industry experience from which our clients benefit.

Our NFP Organization clients include:

  • Private foundations.
  • Public and private universities.
  • Arts and cultural organizations.
  • Human service organizations/social service agencies.
  • Private schools.
  • Museums.
  • Supporting organizations.
  • Public charities.
  • Institutions of higher education.
  • Retirement plans.
  • Membership organizations.
  • Hospitals.
  • Religous organizations.
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The NFP Practice Group provides a complete range of services to your industry including:


Assurance services primarily involve the audit of financial statements and the issuance of an opinion on the fairness of the presentation of financial position and results of operations of an entity.

At Marcum, we use a constructive approach to auditing. Our philosophy and practice is to blend the technical, the practical and the business approach in the conduct of each engagement.

  • Audit, reviews and compilations of financial statements.
  • Compliance Audits - Federal Uniform Guidance and program specific audits; Florida Single Audit Act; Connecticut Single Audit Act.
  • Agreed-upon procedures engagements.
  • Internal control assessments.
 

Industry Organizations

Nonprofit CPAs is a nationwide affiliation of independently owned accounting firms committed to delivering exceptional financial and consulting services to nonprofit organizations. Certified Public Accountants who demonstrate expertise and focus in supporting nonprofit organizations are selected based on their superior service to the industry. Nonprofit CPAs members cooperatively build leading accounting practices in their individual markets by exchanging business development practices and technical knowledge to benefit more nonprofit clients effectively.

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The Hartford Business Journal published a column by Tax Services Director Marla Esan about the impacts of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Bill for nonprofit organizations.


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The Hartford Business Journal published a column by Tax Services Director Marla Esan about the impacts of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Bill for nonprofit organizations.

Like every sector, nonprofits won some and lost some in the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act. Here is a brief summary of the provisions impacting ....

Long Island Business News quoted State & Local Tax Leader Paul Graney in an article about options New York State is considering to counter the regional tax impact of the federal Tax Cuts & Jobs Act.


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Long Island Business News quoted State & Local Tax Leader Paul Graney in an article about options New York State is considering to counter the regional tax impact of the federal Tax Cuts & Jobs Act.

Facing new federal rules that limit state and local tax deductions, New York and California are considering options to give their residents a big federal ....

CFO.com published an article by Tax Leader Joseph Perry and Tax Principal Michael D’Addio, discussing the pros and cons of  C-corporation v. pass-through entity status under the new tax law.


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CFO.com published an article by Tax Leader Joseph Perry and Tax Principal Michael D’Addio, discussing the pros and cons of C-corporation v. pass-through entity status under the new tax law.

A 21% income tax rate might sound appetizing to some pass‐through entities, but C‐corporation status doesn't suit every organization.

Tax Partner Robert Spielman wrote about maximizing your charitable contributions for his latest column in the Coconut Creek City News.


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Tax Partner Robert Spielman wrote about maximizing your charitable contributions for his latest column in the Coconut Creek City News.

There is seemingly no end to the solicitations we receive from qualified charitable organizations seeking our assistance.

Managing the Risks and Exposure Associated with Fundraising Activities


Tax-Exempt Business

Managing the Risks and Exposure Associated with Fundraising Activities

For many nonprofit organizations, a robust fundraising function is an important part of any long-term plan for success. A nonprofit's executive leadership team must, however, ....

Managing Restricted Contributions: How to Keep Your Nonprofit Organization Out of Trouble


Tax-Exempt Business

Managing Restricted Contributions: How to Keep Your Nonprofit Organization Out of Trouble

For nonprofit organizations that receive contributions from private donors, there can be a variety of risks, including tracking and expending contributions as well as accounting ....

Significant Changes Ahead for Non-Profit Organizations' Financial Reporting


Tax-Exempt Business

Significant Changes Ahead for Non-Profit Organizations' Financial Reporting

The Financial Accounting Standards Board ("FASB") has been working on a financial statement project that may result in a number of changes to accounting standards ....

Not for Profit Brochure

Not for Profit Brochure

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Robert L. Babek, Office Managing Partner, Tax & Business
Office Managing Partner
Tax & Business
Los Angeles, CA
CA

Anne  Bianchini, Partner, Tax & Business
Partner
Tax & Business
San Jose, CA
CA

Ilyssa  Blum, Partner, Assurance
Partner
Assurance
Fort Lauderdale, FL
FL

Roger  Bulosan, Partner, Assurance
Partner
Assurance
San Francisco, CA
CA

Brenda  DeCosta, Partner, Assurance
Partner
Assurance
Boston, MA
MA

Jenny  Deloy, Office Managing Partner, Assurance
Office Managing Partner
Assurance
Chicago, IL
IL

 
Marla  Esan, Director, Tax & Business
Director
Tax & Business
Melville, NY
NY

Douglas  Farrington, Partner, Tax & Business
Partner
Tax & Business
Boston, MA
MA

Adam  Firestein, Partner, Assurance
Partner
Assurance
Fort Lauderdale, FL
FL

Michael  Futterman, Office Managing Partner, Assurance
Office Managing Partner
Assurance
Miami, FL
FL

Eliezer  Hildeshaim, Principal, Tax & Business
Principal
Tax & Business
Deerfield, IL
IL

Sue  Kent, Partner, Assurance
Partner
Assurance
San Francisco, CA
CA

 
Gregory  Marazita, Partner, Assurance
Partner
Assurance
New Haven, CT
CT

Frank J. Miceli, Partner, Assurance
Partner
Assurance
Hartford, CT
CT

Nanette Lee  Miller, Partner, Assurance
Partner
Assurance
San Francisco, CA
CA

Justin  Nepo, Partner, Assurance
Partner
Assurance
Philadelphia, PA
PA

Nina  Quarequio, Partner, Assurance
Partner
Assurance
San Francisco, CA
CA

Kimberley  Waite, Partner, Assurance
Partner
Assurance
Deerfield, IL
IL

 
Douglas  Wildstein, Partner, Assurance
Partner
Assurance
Melville, NY
NY

 
 
 
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