Accounting Services: FAQs

Q: What are CNDC’s accounting services? 

A: Through our accounting services, CNDC can provide established 501(c)(3) organizations with accurate and timely financial reporting services, combined with expert financial coaching and education. CNDC supports nonprofit executives and boards in their efforts to effectively manage and oversee their organizations, while meeting the increasing demands for financial accountability and transparency.

Q: How much does it cost for my established 501(c)(3) to use CNDC’s accounting services? 

A: Fees are based on the package of services requested and the size and complexity of an agency. Please contact CNDC to get details on services and an estimate on cost: 720.855.0501 |

Q: What is the advantage of working with CNDC? 

A: CNDC provides high quality, reasonably priced financial reporting services to Colorado nonprofits. The benefits of using CNDC for accounting services include:

  • Knowledgeable and experienced accountants comfortable with the growing requirements for financial transparency and accountability of nonprofits.
  • The ability to plug into a functioning accounting system. Building a department on your own requires an increasingly sophisticated approach, staff time and direct costs in order to meet the administrative and financial management demands of operating a nonprofit in today’s environment.
  • Funders receive proposals that demonstrate accurate financial reporting.
  • Reporting that exceeds the needs of managers or board members in helping them effectively fulfill their respective roles.

CNDC’s goal is to partner with nonprofits to alleviate some of this burden while providing the reporting necessary for fundraising, management and oversight.

Q: Will I have access to my financial information using CNDC’s accounting services? 

A: Yes, via a secure online connection, clients have ready access to their nonprofit’s financial data. CNDC clients are able to access their financial records 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Client executives determine which staff members have access and the level of their access.