Candice Meth is the National Leader of EisnerAmper LLP's Not-for-Profit Services Practice. Her experience includes the structure and oversight of the audits of the financial statements and employee benefit plans of independent schools, private foundations, religious organizations, social service agencies, and other types of not-for-profit entities. Candice also has expertise with the preparation of the federal Form 990 and the testing and reporting processes required by various federal and state regulatory bodies. Additionally, she leads the EisnerAmper Not-for-Profit Webinar Series, which are programs designed to assist nonprofit executives with the challenges they face in today’s marketplace.
Candice is a frequent speaker on not-for-profit topics, presenting to a range of organizations including the National Association of Attorneys General, the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, the Practicing Law Institute, the Nexus Global Youth Summit, and the Better Business Bureau. She has also participated in several industry update webinars for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
Candice is the Chair of the National Governmental and Not-for-Profit Training Program of the AICPA where she serves as a speaker and a member of the Conference Planning Committee. She is also the former Chair of the Public Sector Oversight Committee of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA) and the former Chairperson of the NYSSCPA’s Not-for-Profit Organizations Committee and its annual not-for-profit conference. Most recently, Crain’s New York Business named Candice as one of the Notable Women in Accounting and Consulting for 2018.
Endowments are one of the most complicated aspects of not-for-profit accounting. The complexity and specific details of each donor’s agreement could impact the accounting and financial reporting More
Written policies and procedures are a hallmark of a well-governed organization. In this session we will cover key policies such as conflict of interest, gift acceptance, whistleblower, record More