KatzAbosch is pleased to inform you that the Auditor Review Committee, comprising representatives from the DC Public Charter School Board, the Office of the State Superintendent of Education, and the Office of the Chief Financial Officer, has selected the firm to join the Approved Auditor List for DC public charter schools for Fiscal Year 2016.
What does this mean?
KatzAbosch is now authorized to conduct annual financial audits for DC public charter schools. By the end of this month, the firm will be added to the official Approved Auditor List available on the DC Public Charter School Board’s website. Individual District of Columbia public charter schools will be required to select an auditor from the Approved Auditor List to fulfill their requirement of an annual financial compliance audit. KatzAbosch is honored to be selected to join this distinguished list of area accounting firms.
Need more information on this or about our nonprofit services?
KatzAbosch provides a full range of accounting and consulting services for clients in the nonprofit industry across the region. You can learn more by downloading their service sheet, click here.
In addition, please do not hesitate to contact Josh Southerland, CPA with questions or for more information at 410.307.6536 or email@example.com.
Founded in 1969, KatzAbosch is one of the largest CPA and business consulting services in the Mid-Atlantic region. As a Maryland accounting firm, our mission is to provide the highest quality accounting, tax, financial and management consulting services to our regional clients. We understand the needs and challenges of our clients and we have made it our obligation to create, grow and protect asset value. KatzAbosch is consistently named a Best Accounting Firm to Work For in Accounting Today and has been named a Top 200 Accounting Firms in the Nation by Inside Public Accounting for 2014. Our firm is also ranked among the Top 15 Largest Accounting Firms in the Baltimore Area by the Baltimore Business Journal and a Top Workplace in 2014 by The Baltimore Sun.