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The financial aspect of running a nonprofit can be overwhelming and time-consuming. And more than 50,000 nonprofits have their tax exempt status revoked each year for not getting it right or hiring the wrong vendor who doesn’t understand charities and foundations. Our team is made up of people who know the nonprofit world, because it’s all we do. We take the guesswork out by providing affordable bookkeeping services from a team that works exclusively with nonprofits, so you can focus your time where it really counts: your mission. Whether you’re looking for someone to help you choose and complete the right 990 form on time, or you’re looking for an experienced bookkeeper, Allies 4 Good is here to help.

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we help you track your growth.

The financial aspect of running a nonprofit can be overwhelming and time-consuming. And more than 50,000 nonprofits have their tax exempt status revoked each year for not getting it right or hiring the wrong vendor who doesn’t understand charities and foundations. Our team is made up of people who know the nonprofit world, because it’s all we do. We take the guesswork out by providing affordable bookkeeping services from a team that works exclusively with nonprofits, so you can focus your time where it really counts: your mission. Whether you’re looking for someone to help you choose and complete the right 990 form on time, or you’re looking for an experienced bookkeeper, Allies 4 Good is here to help.

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Bookkeeping

With our help, your nonprofit will get a dedicated bookkeeper with years of experience working with nonprofits, without the cost of hiring one in-house. We make sure that your charity’s finances are in order so you can focus on making an impact. Our services include:

  • 990 federal & state tax information prep and filing
  • Monthly & yearly financial report preparation
  • Easy approval process for accounts payable
  • Bank reconciliations
  • 1099 NEC reporting
  • Accounts receivables
  • Budget recommendations
Financial Policies

Wondering about financial best practices and what policies your nonprofit needs to keep your finances secure? Let our experienced team provide custom financial best practices recommendations and policies. Whether you have a brand new animal shelter or a 100 year old church, this option is great for nonprofits of all sizes and types to ensure your nonprofit’s finances are secure. We’ve created resources for nonprofits like:

  • Cash handling policies

  • Internal control recommendations
  • Deposit policies

  • Financial best practices guides
  • Additional financial safety & security policies

990 prep & filing

Our experienced bookkeeping team helps nonprofits prepare and file 990 federal & state tax information each year. We can assist your public charity or private foundation with any of the following forms. If you’d like to learn more about what the 990 is and which version of the 990 is right for your nonprofit, check out our free article here. Our financial professionals help nonprofits keep their tax exempt status in good standing each year by filing the right form at the right time.

Small Nonprofits

990-EZ

annual, federal & state

for nonprofits with $50,000-$200,000 in annual revenue

Mid-Sized & Large Nonprofits

Form 990

annual, federal & state

for nonprofits with more than $200,000 in revenue

Private Foundations

990-PF

annual, federal & state

for private foundations of any size

Have a nonprofit that has an annual revenue of less than $50,000? Let us know and we can help you with the 990-N for a flat fee of $200.

financial best practices guide

Keep your nonprofit’s finances secure so you can make a difference for years to come. If you’re wondering if your nonprofit needs to establish policies or internal controls, check out our free article here. Our team has experience establishing internal controls to keep financial information safe from fraud and theft. Let us know if you’re interested in establishing internal controls for the first time, or having an experienced professional review your current procedures to make recommendations. 

What's the most common way nonprofits lose their tax exempt status?

The most common way nonprofits have their tax exempt status  (also nicknamed 501c3 status)revoked is by not properly filing the right 990 form at the right time. The 990 is a tax filing that exempt organizations must complete each year on the 15th of the 5th month after your year ends. (If your nonprofit runs on a calendar year, this would be May 15th.) If you file your 990 late (or don’t file it at all) for three consecutive years, the IRS automatically revokes your tax exempt status. So for example, if you fail to file for two years, and then you submit your 990 one day late in the third year, your status will still be revoked. Losing your nonprofit status can make you lose credibility with large grant providers, donors, and corporate partners, so it’s critical to keep your 501(c)(3) status active. If you’d like one of our expert nonprofit bookkeepers to complete your 990 for you, please reach out for a consultation.

bookkeeping setup

Sometimes knowing where to start is half the battle. Our experienced financial professionals can help you setup your nonprofit’s finances for success. We can help charity organizations of all shapes and sizes setup for the first time, or reinvigorate your financial systems. We’ll help your organization set up the tools you need to handle keeping the books for your nonprofit. We provide custom help depending on the revenue and number of transactions of your organization. Contact us for a free consultation with a nonprofit bookkeeper to learn more.

Have a bookkeeping need we don’t have listed? Let us know! We’re happy to help find custom solutions for nonprofit organizations.