Non-profit Services

Bookkeeping involves recording and analyzing a nonprofit’s financial transactions to ensure compliance with provincial and federal accounting rules. Timely and accurate record-keeping is one of the most important responsibilities every nonprofit organization faces.

A nonprofit bookkeeper is in charge of categorizing and recording transactions, reconciling bank statements, and producing financial statements. Others may be involved in the day-to-day activities of budgeting and paying the nonprofit’s bills.

Getting bookkeeping right is time-consuming, and the rules are complicated. Plus, if you’re like most nonprofit leaders, you’re not an accounting professional. So, how do you make sure this critical task is properly covered?

No one understands the complexity and nuance of nonprofit bookkeeping quite like the compliance professionals at Foundation Group. Our advisors have worked exclusively with  tax-exempt organizations and are equipped with the knowledge and expertise to ensure that your records are accurate, timely, and in full compliance with provincial and federal accounting rules.