Registration: 11:00 AM EDT
Auditors face a host of new challenges and uncertainties this year as they perform single audits of nonprofit (and potentially other) organizations. Due to COVID-19 federal relief awards, many nonprofits may be subject to a single audit for the first time. Overlooking the requirement could be detrimental to the organization and/or the auditor. Important considerations for single audits this year include changing regulations and a lack of final reporting guidance. Learn about the recent changes and current requirements.
Accounting and finance personnel in industry
Practitioners providing services to organizations that receive funding
This session will cover these topics:
Tyler Callahan attended Kean University where he earned a BS in Accounting. He currently serves as an audit supervisor at SobelCo in the nonprofit and social services group. Tyler’s expertise is focused specifically on nonprofits, associations, and governmental audits, including Circular OMB Uniform Grant Guidance and Yellow Book audits. Tyler is a member of the SobelCo’s Audit and Attestation Committee. This committee ensures that the firm is up to date with emerging audit and accounting standards. He has also provided internal trainings on technical topics, such as: Going-Concern Analysis, Single Audit Compliance Requirements, and Nonattest Services Assessments. Tyler works closely with clients through each stage of the audit process, building relationships and solving problems. Tyler is a member of the American Institute of Public of Accounting (AICPA) and the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJCPA).
Victoria Keene serves as an audit supervisor at SobelCo, specializing in the nonprofit and social services sector. She offers the firm’s clients a unique expertise, gained over the years spent working within this targeted segment. Victoria works closely with clients through each stage of the audit process, building relationships and solving problems. She uses her experience and knowledge of the industry to provide clients with quality technical services, adding value by offering suggestions for better business practices and improvement of financial controls and processes. As a leader Victoria continues honing her technical skills, expanding her knowledge of the nonprofit sector, and also taking on additional responsibilities that include mentoring and supervising staff in order to ensure the highest quality audit and to help the team develop as professionals. Victoria graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree in Accounting.
Partner in Charge of Accounting & Auditing
Brad is a member of the firm and director of accounting and auditing at SobelCo, serving small businesses and individuals in the areas of accounting, auditing, tax and business consulting. He has significant experience in financial reporting, tax compliance and planning for closely held businesses, SEC registrants, nonprofit organizations and strategic business planning, and in industries, such as real estate, construction, architectural and engineering, retail, hospitality and manufacturing. Brad is a member of the AICPA and the NJCPA, and was a former NJCPA president. In addition, Brad has served as an adjunct professor of accounting at William Paterson University and the College of Saint Elizabeth.
$65.00 - Member
$125.00 - Nonmember
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