SC&H Group Case Studies: "Expertise Beyond the Numbers"

SC&H Group’s “Expertise At Work” For A Not-For-Profit

More than Year-End Accounting: Internal Controls Lead to Enlightened Academic Management

Can GAAP reporting on Interim Financial Statements Make A Difference For Your Organization?

Are you confident that your not-for-profit organization can plan, forecast, and make decisions across its various departments by having a timely view of your financial position and results of operations?

Does your organization follow Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) when preparing its interim financial reporting documents or only when the year-end statements are prepared?

Download this paper and read how SC&H helped an organization become GAAP compliant with its interim financial statement reporting and how your organization can solidify internal controls.

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