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Financial Management

In today's uncertain financial climate, non-profit volunteer leaders need to insure that the organization's financials are monitored closely. Fernley & Fernley's financial management team is experienced in methods and practices that allow for the fiscal growth and accountability necessary to achieve optimal financial performance.



Our expert financial team is prepared to:

  • Develop and maintain the annual budget
  • Recommend and implement investment strategies
  • Analyze and evaluate progress toward meeting long-term financial goals
  • Produce reports that accurately trace revenue and expenses
  • Analyze and communicate financial trends.
  • Facilitate annual audits with independent accounting firms.



Fernley & Fernley maintains stringent systems of checks and balances. This approach enables us to guide our clients in prompt compliance to changing legislation, including the Sarbanes-Oxley Act which may have significant implications for non-profits nationwide.

   
   
   

Administrative Management

  The greatest challenge to any volunteer leader is having the time and resources required to bring programs and initiatives to fruition. Your team at Fernley & Fernley can provide the necessary administrative support to perform research and serve as a catalyst for follow-through on crucial projects that will propel the organization forward.

Our administrative specialists are prepared to:

  • Work side-by-side with the Executive Director
  • Respond to email, fax and telephone inquires in a timely manner
  • Produce correspondence, reports, and related communications
  • Maintain vital records, supplies and materials inventory
  • Interact routinely with Officers, members, and other key stakeholders
  • Coordinate Board and Committee activities with Officers and Chairpersons
  • Manage continuing education, professional accreditation and certification programs
  • Intervene with regards to meeting planning specifications
  • Prepare agendas and coordinate materials for board books
  • Record and disseminate meeting minutes.