• The 31 March is a good time to plan for end of year financial reporting requirements for not for profit organisations.

14 steps to make not-for-profit financial reporting a success

The end of the financial year (EOFY) is an important time for not-for-profit organisations (NFPs) to review their financial performance, finalise their financial statements, and prepare for the upcoming year. Follow our 14 steps on how to approach you or your client’s financial not-for-profit financial reporting requirements for year-end.

2024-07-08T12:03:15+12:00February 21, 2024|Insights|
  • Understand financial reporting requirements for tiers.

Understanding financial reporting tiers

Within the myriad of technical jargon that accountants and auditors frequently use is reference to the financial reporting tier structure. This blog looks at what these tiers mean in relationship to financial statements and audit requirements.

2024-07-08T12:03:30+12:00December 15, 2023|Insights|
  • Auckland businesses are supported by the Auckland Business Improvement District programme.

How Auckland businesses are supported by BIDs

To help local businesses thrive and be more effective, Auckland businesses can draw on the support of various business associations and organisations. The Hōtaka ā-Rohe Whakapiki Pakihi or Business Improvement District (BID) Programme is run by Auckland Council. It is designed to support economic development, enhance security and advocate for the interests of Auckland businesses. Find out more about how BIDs support Auckland businesses.

2024-07-08T12:05:13+12:00November 17, 2023|Insights|
  • Steps to Success in Stakeholder Management

Stakeholder Management Success: 9 Steps To Get You There

By identifying and mapping Stakeholder goals with your own, you can find common ground and leverage this to build stronger relationships that will benefit your organisation and theirs. Good stakeholder management is crucial to deliver the assurance that clients seek from their financial and audit service providers.

2024-07-08T11:57:35+12:00September 28, 2023|Insights|
  • Ways that NZ small businesses and not for profit organisations can protect themselves from cyber crime

How entities can strengthen its cyber security

Cybercrime and the risks associated with it are no longer the domain of big business only. As auditors, we see an increasing risk for small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) and Not-For Profit (NFP) organisations throughout New Zealand. This dark and sinister turn of events shows us that having a clear cybersecurity plan in place is vital to protect the revenue, cashflow and digital assets for SMEs and NFPs.

2024-06-24T12:00:34+12:00August 15, 2023|Insights|