Finance Directors for Small Nonprofits

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Silver Package 


  • Your annual revenues exceed the automatic state trigger for a financial audit ($500,000 in New York, $2,000,000 in California, etc.);


  • But you're not subject to a federal A-133 audit*;


  • And you're not subject to any other audits;


  • Moderate volume of monthly transactions; 


  • Moderate volume of vendor bills and Accounts Payable;


  • Moderate volume of donor invoicing and Accounts Receivable;


  • You have up to 2 bank accounts and up to 2 credit card accounts requiring reconciliation;


  • You have a maximum total payroll of 5 employees (full- or part-time, in any combination);


  • You derive at least 75% of your funding from non-government, unrestricted sources;


  • You require additional accounting, oversight and financial reporting on up to 2 restricted grants per year, OR up to 2 matching grants per year, OR up to 2 special fundraising events (e.g., galas, outings, auctions, etc.) per year, OR any combination of the above for a total of 2.  For example, 1 restricted grant and 1 matching grant, OR 1 restricted grant and 1 special fundraising event per year; and

  • Unlimited phone support (before end of next business day) on any accounting, payroll or controller questions.

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  ==>  Rates from 2,500 per month**



Non-profit Accounting in New York

Bronze Package


  • Your annual gross revenues are between $200,000 and $500,000;


  • You're not subject to any audits;


  • Low volume of monthly transactions


  • Low volume of vendor bills and Accounts Payable;


  • Low volume of donor invoicing and Accounts Receivable;


  • You only have 1 bank account and 1 credit card account requiring reconciliation; 


  • You have a maximum total payroll of 3 employees (full- or part-time, in any combination);


  • You derive at least 90% of your funding from non-government, unrestricted sources;


  • You require additional accounting, oversight and financial reporting on up to 1 restricted grant per year, OR up to 1 matching grant per year, OR up to 1 special fundraising event (e.g., gala) per year; and

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  • Unlimited email support (within 1 business day) on any accounting, payroll or controller questions.


 ==>  Rates from 1,000 per month**



Most bookkeeping, accounting and controller firms offer their services in the form of "time" (i.e., an hourly rate). This puts all the risk on clients if a particular task or project goes long. We don't believe in that system. Instead, we offer fixed monthly prices that you can budget with confidence. If a particular task or project goes long, that's our problem -- not yours.


Our prices are based on whether your nonprofit is subject to any audits*, the size of your annual operating budget, the volume of bookkeeping transactions, the number of employees, the complexity of the accounting, the degree of controller oversight required and any specialized reporting needs you may have. Below you will find fixed-price packages for "typical" client profiles and needs. However, if your requirements are different, please don't hesitate to contact us with your particulars so we can customize you a quote.

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**The fixed prices quoted above cover the "typical" needs of most small nonprofits. However, you may require additional monthly services in specialty areas such as those listed below. If that's the case, don't hesitate to contact us for a customized quote:


  • You require additional accounting, oversight and financial reporting on a capital campaign; 


  • You require additional accounting, tracking and evaluation of direct mail campaigns;


  • You are a fiscal sponsor of another nonprofit, and require tracking of those finances;


  • You require formal tracking of volunteers' time and work they perform (usually to comply with terms of a matching grant);


  • You require additional monthly non-GAAP fund accounting that must be segregated from your normal month-to-month accounting;


  • You do not operate wholly within your state (i.e., you have interstate or international programs and/or funding), and thus require specialized accounting and oversight;


  • ​You are subject to UBIT (Unrelated Business Income Taxes), and thus require additional level of accounting and oversight;


  • You sell products that require tracking of sales taxes, and thus require additional level of accounting and oversight;


  • You assemble and/or buy inventory for resale that requires tracking cost of goods sold and/or inventory management.

You Focus on Fixing the World; We'll Focus on Managing Your Finances

Non-profit Accounting in New York

Starter Package


  • Your annual gross revenues are less than $200,000;


  • You're eligible to file IRS forms 990-N or 990-EZ;


  • You're not subject to any audits;


  • Low volume of monthly transactions; 


  • Low volume of vendor bills and Accounts Payable;


  • Low volume of donor invoicing and Accounts Receivable;


  • You only have 1 bank account and 1 credit card account requiring reconciliation; 


  • You have a maximum total payroll of 2 employees (full- or part-time, in any combination);


  • You derive 100% of your funding from non-government, unrestricted sources;


  • Unlimited email support (within 2 business days) on any accounting, payroll or controller questions.


 ==>  Rates from Pro-Bono to 500 per month**



*Please note that small nonprofits could be subject to multiple audits, depending on the grantors -- and even to a federal A-133 audit. (You would be subject to this audit if you expend more than $750,000 a year in federal awards). Be aware that auditors can charge small nonprofits as much as $30,000 to audit their financials and inspect their A-133 compliance. Due to the enormous time commitment required to prepare, oversee and pass these audits, Larios Financial LLC is not able at this time to service (on a fixed-price basis) small nonprofits subject to more than 2 audits (1 State and 1 private) or an A-133 audit.

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Gold Package 


  • Your annual revenues exceed the automatic state trigger for a financial audit ($500,000 in New York, $2,000,000 in California, etc.);


  • You're also subject to an additional private Grantor or Foundation audit (for a maximum total of 1 State- and 1 private-mandated audit);


  • And said private Grantor or Foundation requires separate budgeting and periodic financial reporting;


  • But you're not subject to a federal A-133 audit*;


  • Large volume of monthly transactions; 


  • Large volume of vendor bills and Accounts Payable;


  • Large volume of donor invoicing and Accounts Receivable;


  • You have more than 3 bank accounts or more than 3 credit card accounts requiring reconciliation;


  • You have a maximum total payroll of 9 employees (full- or part-time, in any combination);


  • You derive at least 50% of your funding from non-government, unrestricted sources;


  • You require additional accounting, oversight and financial reporting on up to 3 restricted grants per year, OR up to 3 matching grants per year, OR up to 3 special fundraising events (e.g., galas, outings, auctions, etc.) per year, OR any combination of the above for a total of 3.  For example, 1 fundraising event and 2 restricted grants per year, OR 1 matching grant and 2 special fundraising events per year, OR 1 restricted grant and 1 matching grant and 1 special fundraising event; and

  • Unlimited same-day phone support on any accounting, payroll or controller questions.

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  ==>  Rates from 5,000 per month**