Systemize Your Process While Reviewing Financial Data

Our team can help you produce reliable budgets, on-time reports, and confident projections to help your organization remain financially stable.

Defined Budgeting Strategy

Outline your specific budgeting goals to create operational boundaries for staff and board members.

Transparent Reporting

Ensure financial documents accurately reflect your organization’s short and long term positions.

Cohesive Strategic Planning

Forecast your financial situation to make smarter business decisions.

Nonprofit Financial Management that Works for You.

  • Does your current budget establish deadlines and responsibilities for all parties involved?
  • Can you produce accurate financial reports on time that satisfy nonprofit reporting requirements?
  • Can you effectively project your financial situation in the future based on key performance indicators (KPIs)?

Build Your Foundation with Lescault and Walderman

Your nonprofit financial management system will ultimately create the foundation on which you extend your reach and accomplish your goals. Before you can serve your audience, build the accounting infrastructure to support your core mission.

We are here to help you grow.

As someone who is passionate about serving the community, we expect that you enjoy the macro-level planning of your organization. Sometimes, little details can be missed. Although they may not seem important, oversight of these details can create severe issues down the line. We admire your drive to help as many people as possible because we dove into the accounting world for the same reason.

At Lescault and Walderman, we work alongside organizations like yours to provide systematic budgeting and financial management for nonprofit organizations. Our team will create adequate accounting infrastructure so that you can focus on the short and long term goals of your mission.

Your nonprofit’s budget will be the driving force behind all of your decision making. Making clear classifications between revenue, deferred revenue, expenses, and other line items will paint a clear picture of where you currently stand and provide some insight as to where you want to be.

Nonprofit reporting requirements are similar to your typical small business GAAP standards, but there are some significant differences, such as donor reporting requirements, that you must keep in mind as you forge your financial records. The ability to create accurate reports on time will ultimately save you from potential headaches down the line.

We assume that you started your nonprofit to help as many people as you can. As your audience grows, your accounting fundamentals must evolve as well. Our team of nonprofit experts will help you plan for the future and make realistic projections for the next year, five years, and beyond.

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When you don’t maintain an effective nonprofit accounting system it can cost way more than it saves. You risk legal consequences. Worse, you risk the loss of donor trust.

It doesn’t have to be this way.

Here's how to get started:

1. Schedule a No-Obligation Call

Your time is valuable, and we don’t want to waste it. Let’s schedule a discovery meeting so we can discuss your needs and confirm there’s a fit.

2. Receive Your Accounting Review

We'll review your accounting documents, then provide you with a customized report that includes our findings and our recommendations for moving forward.

3. Attend Review Meeting

We'll host up to a 2 hour meeting to review our findings and recommendations, answer any further questions and outline how we'll work together.

4. Review Your Proposal

Working from our review, we’ll provide clear and actionable recommendations for improvement related to your particular processes, software, and systems.

5. Engage Us For Your Needs

If you approve of our recommendations, you’ll sign an engagement letter and we’ll start work!

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