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Rob Eby

Top 7 Risks for Independent Schools

Independent schools today face more challenges than ever. You’re under extreme pressure to stay relevant to your supporters while simultaneously navigating new financial and operational complexities. We’re here to help. Below our team of experts has highlighted seven risks that span across an independent school’s risk universe. These Top 7 Risks are just a sampling […]

Top 10 Risks for Associations – Risks That Should be Discussed in Your Board Rooms in 2020

Associations today face more challenges than ever. You’re under extreme pressure to stay relevant to your members while simultaneously navigating new financial and operational complexities. We’re here to help. Our team of experts has highlighted 10 emerging risks that span across an association’s risk universe. These Top 10 Risks are just a sampling of the […]

Sweat the Small Stuff: Key Considerations for Churches

Most people have heard the saying, “Don’t sweat the small stuff.” While this is a sound philosophy in many circumstances, it is not always the case—especially when it comes to seemingly small details that could have a large impact on your church or organization.  In this sense, small stuff can be viewed as tasks that […]

Operation Continuity Whitepaper

Government shutdowns. Cyberattacks. Weather outages. Public health crises. These are just some examples of crisis-related disruptions that can affect an organization’s operations. 40% of organizations never reopen their doors following a disaster, and 25% fail within one year. If you think you’re in the clear after getting past the initial period, think again. More than 90% […]

Improving Federal Grant Compliance in 2:30

Federal funding in today’s marketplace presents both opportunities and challenges for both for-profit government contractors and non-profit entities. Let us help you maximize your federal grant award and maintain compliance with the 12 areas of federal grant compliance. Watch our video to learn important insights on the key internal controls related to the Single Audit under […]

The 12 Areas of Federal Grant Compliance

Regardless of whether you’re a for-profit government contractor or non-profit entity, we understand how high the stakes are for organizations that receive federal award funding. When designing or improving your for-profit or nonprofit entity’s internal controls over federal grant compliance, it’s helpful to think like an auditor. Download our handout to gain valuable insights from an auditor’s […]

Do you need a Single Audit under Uniform Guidance?

Navigating through federal grants requirements can be at times complicated and overwhelming. We understand how high the stakes can be for both for-profit government contractors and nonprofits that receive federal award funding. We’re here to help. Download our infographic today to learn the three questions you need to consider to determine if your organization is subject to […]

What Does ASC 842 Mean for Your Nonprofit?

One of the most significant accounting overhauls to impact nonprofits is here. Are you ready for ASC 842? Download our “Leases Under ASC 842” information sheet to find out what the new lease accounting standard means for you and your nonprofit. For more information on Aronson’s Financial Advisory services surrounding leases for nonprofits, contact Rob […]

Top 10 Risks for Associations – Risks That Should Be Discussed in Your Board Rooms

Associations today face more challenges than ever. You’re under extreme pressure to stay relevant to your members while simultaneously navigating new financial and operational complexities. We’re here to help. Our team of experts has highlighted 10 emerging risks that span across an association’s risk universe. These Top 10 Risks are just a sampling of the […]

Discounting Pledges

Discounting pledges and accounts receivable can be a confusing topic, so it shows up often as a management letter comment.  Depending on the amount requiring adjustment, this can be either a significant deficiency or a material weakness if it gets too big. Below are some suggestions on how to record pledges and discounts, and avoid […]

Privacy Please! Protect Your School From Privacy Threats

Educational institutions store a vast amount of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and other valuable data that is routinely collected on students, from attendance records to medical data. Parents and education officials have high expectations for the safeguarding of students’ sensitive data. To enhance the trust of families, schools should support the safe and effective use […]

529 Savings Plans: 3 Ways the New Tax Law Affects Students

Under Internal Revenue Service code section 529, individual states can sponsor tax-advantaged education savings tools, a 529 savings plan, that is held by an account owner on behalf of a designated beneficiary. These plans, which have been available since 1996, help fund post-secondary education costs. One notable advantage is there are no limits on withdrawals […]