Common Good Vermont: Finance Friday - Audit Time: What Types of Audit are Best for Your Organization?

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Did you know that there are several types of audit that a nonprofit organization can utilize to ensure different levels of review and assurance? Todd Wimette of Wisehart, Wimette and Associates, PLC, will delve into the different types of engagements, what is involved, and the reporting that can be delivered by your audit firm. Learn more about Financial Statement Audits and Reviews and find out if Examination Engagements and Procedures Engagements may benefit your organization.

Todd Wimette, CPA, is a principal of Wisehart, Wimette & Associates, PLC, a certified public accounting firm based in Essex Junction, Vermont. His experience includes financial auditing and accounting, HUD project audits and cost certifications, employee benefit plan auditing, single audits of federal programs (per OMB Circular A-133), internal control evaluations, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, IT system evaluations, and tax preparation for individuals, businesses, and nonprofits. He is a member of the Vermont Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He received his Masters of Business Administration from Clarkson University.

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