Clients of Sansiveri can expect an extensive range of accounting and tax services. Through these services we are able to bridge the gap between your current needs and future goals. We pride ourselves on our team approach, which allows us to serve you, the client, first.
Sansiveri provides a tailor made service approach that satisfies the unique and individual needs of your industry. We understand each client is different. Therefore, we provide innovative solutions due to our expertise in a number of niche markets. Our goal is to support you in focusing on what you do best. Whether it’s market knowledge, ownership structure or business life cycle, Sansiveri has the team of professionals to help.
Sansiveri’s professionals are energetic and responsive individuals who work together to implement our firm’s “client first” philosophy. This allows the team to provide you with a unique and individual service based on your needs. Our team members are not only credentialed in the required fields, but continue to stay up-to-date with current industry trends.
Since inception, we have been providing professional audit, accounting and tax services to the not-for-profit industry, including civic and community organizations, elementary and secondary schools, private and community foundations, professional associations, social and country clubs, trade associations, human service organizations, libraries, museums, other cultural organizations, performing arts organizations, and religious organizations. We have a group of highly-qualified, dedicated individuals who work together as a team to ensure that we provide the highest level of service to our not-for-profit clients. Our not-for-profit team understands the unique challenges that face not-for-profit organizations. We monitor changes to the accounting and tax reporting requirements affecting the not-for-profit industry by closely monitoring emerging issues that impact our not-for-profit client base. We develop individualized solutions for our clients to assist them in remaining compliant with all accounting and tax reporting requirements. Together, our team has a significant amount of collective experience providing tailored services for each client.
In addition to our core audit, accounting and tax service offerings, our team’s knowledge base includes providing consultation and guidance with respect to unrelated business income tax (UBIT) matters, endowment policies, the development of tools for tracking donor restrictions, and policies and procedures to ensure compliance with the Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act (UPMIFA).
By selecting us as your independent accounting firm, you will experience the enthusiasm, professionalism, and technical expertise that our not-for-profit team exhibits and offers. For more information, please contact Linda M. Pearson, CPA, CFE at 401-331-0500 ext. 566.
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