Matthew Burke

Board Training Webinar – Part III

Matthew Burke and Mahnaz Cavalluzzi held an informative webinar on Board training. In this Webinar they covered: – Fiscal ViabilityABOUT OUR SPEAKERS Matthew Burke PartnerMatt specializes in providing Cerini and Associates’ diverse array of midsized business clientele...

Board Training Webinar – Part II

Ken Cerini and Matthew Burke held Part 2 of an informative webinar on Board training. In this Webinar they covered: – Being Proactive/Strategic Thinking – Succession Planning – Managing RiskABOUT OUR SPEAKERS Ken Cerini, CPA, CFP, FABFA Managing Partner Ken is the...

Social Responsibility: How it Can Benefit Both Nonprofit and For-profit Companies

Join Ken Cerini, Managing Partner of Cerini & Associates, LLP, and Eileen Minogue, Executive Director of Book Fairies to learn how nonprofits and businesses can collaborate effectively to create mutually beneficial relationships. This webinar covered: How to...

Nonprofit Financial Analysis

Nonprofit organizations are misunderstood for many reasons. one of which is inherent to their predominant label: “nonprofit.” The word simply refers to an organization without profits, which is not entirely accurate. A clearer general term for a member of this sector would be “tax exempt organization,” since the organization would be exempt from paying income taxes.

Lease Accounting – Business

BACKGROUND For many businesses, their largest non-labor cost is facilities. There has always been some disparity in the comparability of financial statements between companies, as some own their facilities while others rent. Several years ago, the Financial Accounting...

MEGA-SIZED NEW HEALTHCARE ENTRANTS

Money attracts more money. It’s no secret. It should come as no surprise then that the $4.1 trillion (yes, trillion) American healthcare industry is now in the crosshairs of the world’s largest and most profitable companies, each of whose stock is worth north of $1...

BEWARE NEW LEASE ACCOUNTING RULES…

The accounting world is never dull, despite what outward appearances and unfair stereotypes may lead one to believe. The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) continually strives to improve the transparency, usefulness, and understandability of financial...

Shuttered Venue Operators Grant

The Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) program was established to aid venues, performing arts centers, museum operators, movie theaters, and similar organizations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. This program includes over $16 billion to be distributed by the...

PROVIDER RELIEF FUND COMPLIANCE

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act (PPPCHE), the federal government allocated $178 billion in payments to be distributed...

News Flash! Exempt Organizations may actually have to pay income tax

UBIT. Pronounced “you-bit.” It’s one of seemingly millions of acronyms that not-for-profit organizations (let’s add another one, NFP’s) have probably heard of, but don’t know much about. It stands for unrelated business income tax, and it’s an area of the Internal...
Board Training Webinar – Part III

Board Training Webinar – Part III

Matthew Burke and Mahnaz Cavalluzzi held an informative webinar on Board training. In this Webinar they covered: – Fiscal ViabilityABOUT OUR SPEAKERS Matthew Burke PartnerMatt specializes in providing Cerini and Associates’ diverse array of midsized business clientele...

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Board Training Webinar – Part II

Board Training Webinar – Part II

Ken Cerini and Matthew Burke held Part 2 of an informative webinar on Board training. In this Webinar they covered: – Being Proactive/Strategic Thinking – Succession Planning – Managing RiskABOUT OUR SPEAKERS Ken Cerini, CPA, CFP, FABFA Managing Partner Ken is the...

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Nonprofit Financial Analysis

Nonprofit Financial Analysis

Nonprofit organizations are misunderstood for many reasons. one of which is inherent to their predominant label: “nonprofit.” The word simply refers to an organization without profits, which is not entirely accurate. A clearer general term for a member of this sector would be “tax exempt organization,” since the organization would be exempt from paying income taxes.

read more
Lease Accounting – Business

Lease Accounting – Business

BACKGROUND For many businesses, their largest non-labor cost is facilities. There has always been some disparity in the comparability of financial statements between companies, as some own their facilities while others rent. Several years ago, the Financial Accounting...

read more
MEGA-SIZED NEW HEALTHCARE ENTRANTS

MEGA-SIZED NEW HEALTHCARE ENTRANTS

Money attracts more money. It’s no secret. It should come as no surprise then that the $4.1 trillion (yes, trillion) American healthcare industry is now in the crosshairs of the world’s largest and most profitable companies, each of whose stock is worth north of $1...

read more
BEWARE NEW LEASE ACCOUNTING RULES…

BEWARE NEW LEASE ACCOUNTING RULES…

The accounting world is never dull, despite what outward appearances and unfair stereotypes may lead one to believe. The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) continually strives to improve the transparency, usefulness, and understandability of financial...

read more
Shuttered Venue Operators Grant

Shuttered Venue Operators Grant

The Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) program was established to aid venues, performing arts centers, museum operators, movie theaters, and similar organizations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. This program includes over $16 billion to be distributed by the...

read more
PROVIDER RELIEF FUND COMPLIANCE

PROVIDER RELIEF FUND COMPLIANCE

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act (PPPCHE), the federal government allocated $178 billion in payments to be distributed...

read more