KBL has been our auditor of choice for several years. In that time they have provided excellent unbiased counsel to the Arthur Ashe Institute that enabled our Organization to strengthen its ability to handle federal reporting requirements and manage day to day fiscal matters. KBL associates are timely and responsive. I have recommended them to others looking for auditing assistance.
Ruth C. Browne, CEO
Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health, Inc.
KBL's Not-for-Profit Group serves organizations that operate in a variety of areas, including social and religious services, charitable support, membership benefits, political action, the arts, and education. We provide a variety of levels of assistance drawn from the firm's primary services areas: financial-statement assurance, accounting and bookkeeping, systems advisory services, and business improvement services.
Our not-for-profit professionals specialize in effectively communicating your organization's financial condition and performance. With decades of experience in serving not-for-profit clients, we understand the special environment in which your entity operates. We recognize the information needs of contributors, grantors, lenders, and various other constituents--from the governing board to the general public. When there is a need for independent accountant involvement with your financial statements, we are here to provide the necessary audit or other level of assurance.
We also provide various levels of support depending upon your organization's internal information needs.Entities often outsource their basic accounting and recordkeeping needs, but, at KBL, we have the necessary strategies in place to assist clients who lack a full complement of in-house financial resources. We work alongside the teams you already have in place, optimizing resources and keeping your costs to a minimum.
We are experts in providing audits conducted in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and Government Auditing Standards, issued by the Comptroller General of the United States, as well as audits prescribed in the federal Office of Management and Budget Circular A-133.