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Yulia Murzaeva, CPA, CIA, has more than eight years of public accounting experience providing audit, accounting and internal controls consulting services to clients. She is a senior manager within the Green Hasson Janks Nonprofit Assurance and Advisory Practice. As part of her focus on nonprofit organizations, Yulia obtained a Not-for-Profit Certificate II from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. She also leads our Firm’s technical update training for Single Audits performed under the Uniform Guidance and Yellow Book.
Additionally, Yulia is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the California and North Dakota Societies of Certified Public Accountants, the Institute of Internal Auditors and Southern California Grantmakers.
Prior to joining Green Hasson Janks in 2017, she worked at a North Dakota CPA firm in its audit and assurance practice and managed services to clients in nonprofit, construction, manufacturing, trucking and employee benefit plan industries.
Yulia graduated from Minnesota State University, Moorhead, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.
Grants and contributions – rather than earned income from contracts with customers – make up the majority of income for many nonprofit organizations, so it is not surprising that the new clarifying standard for contributions received and made will have a wide-ranging impact. This blog is the second part of our blog series covering the implementation considerations of the new standard and focuses on the recipients of grants and contributions.Background: In June 2018, the Financial Accounting […]
San Diego Workforce Partnership, a San Diego nonprofit agency funded primarily by government grants, recently made the news when its former facilities manager was convicted of embezzling over $450,000 from the nonprofit over the course of five years. The facilities manager was responsible for approving janitorial invoices and directed the agency contractors to purchase various items including prepaid debit cards, which he then stole. To cover up the purchases, the manager created false invoices […]
In our recently released whitepaper, The Give and The Get: The Future of Philanthropy, we noted that many nonprofits are now investing funds in a way that promotes equity. These investments are made with the intent to generate a measurable, beneficial social or environmental impact alongside a financial return. Of our survey respondents, 23% invest all or part of their funds under impact investing guidelines, so we decided it was time to explore this further by asking the following […]