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According to the 2018 report from GuideStar, "The Financial Health of the United States Nonprofit Sector," 30% of not-for-profit organizations nationwide have lost money over the last three years.
PKF Texas’ experience with the not-for-profit sector includes providing audit, tax and consulting services for numerous not-for-profit entities, relating to tax issues, technical accounting issues, software setup, guidance on proper grant tracking and more. In performing these services we are able to see into the operations of many organizations and advise them on operational efficiencies and governance issues and share best practices.
We work with 501(c) (3), (4), (6) and (7) entities including public charities, private foundations, professional associations, social and recreation clubs and more.
With an understanding that not-for-profit entities have unique needs, we care about the heart and soul of your organization, which is why we are dedicated to co-creating an experience that allows you to focus on what matters most to you.
Why Accounting and Development are Critical to Not-for-Profits
Family Philanthropy: Private Foundations vs. Donor Advised Funds
How Tax Reform Directly--and Indirectly--Impacts Not-for-Profits
The Differences Between Public Charities and Private Foundations
How Charity Watchdogs Impact Not-For-Profit Organizations
What is the Donor Bill of Rights?
Changes in How Not-For-Profits Present Their Financials
Five Practices All Not-for-Profit Board of Directors Should Follow
Everything Not-for-Profits Need to Know About Unrelated Business Income Tax
Help Your Not-for-Profit Run Smoothly with Internal Controls
Helpful Tips for Not-for-Profits Filling Out Form 990
Fundraising Advice for Nonprofits
Misconceptions with Non Profit Raffles