For the Greater Good

As the demand for not-for-profit services increases, so does the competition for a shrinking pool of funding.  With fewer dollars to go around, funders are making tough decisions about what they will support.  
How does your not-for-profit sustain itself today and into the future?  
It all starts with the highest standards of accountability and transparency.  Funders want to know their dollars are in the hands of reliable stewards.
Meaden & Moore provides comprehensive financial services for dozens of not-for-profit organizations. We’re actively involved with management and boards of directors to address the unique operational and financial changes faced by not-for-profit organizations today.
We can help you sharpen your financial reporting and drive greater efficiency in fundraising. We have the expertise and the resources to make your organization more successful. Meaden & Moore’s services to help not-for-profit organizations succeed include:

Accounting and Auditing

We equip your board of directors, trustees and donors with timely, relevant financial information and, at the same time, ensure compliance with federal funds. We can assure you meet compliance requirements for new employee retirement benefits and benefit plan compliance requirements, and we’ll keep you up to date with the constant changes in requirements.

Tax Services

We help you understand the complexities of Form 990 as it relates to transparency and accountability, and we help to identify and minimize unrelated business income.  We also help you protect your tax-exempt status.


We can advise you in critical not-for-profit organization management concerns, including employee retirement and benefit plans, board development and training, financial statement training, fundraising regulations, strategic planning and grant applications.
Contact Meaden & Moore today to learn how we can provide comprehensive financial services for your not-for-profit organization.




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