Many churches and ministries want to be in compliance but cannot afford the on-site compliance review
offered in our Platinum Package. Our Ultimate Gold Package offers the same intensive compliance review
and findings as the Ultimate Platinum Package. With the Ultimate Gold Package, the church or ministry
would mail copies of the required information for the three year time period to our office. Our team will
divide the information into three areas; (1) Legal, (2) Financial, and (3) Filings. Each area will be analyzed to
determine the compliance with IRS 501(c)(3) requirements. As with our on-site compliance review, we will
identify all areas of non-compliance and issue a detail report of our findings. More importantly, our team
will provide you with an action plan that will correct those non-compliance issues.
A team of compliance specialists will come to your church or ministry and conduct an on-site compliance
review. Our on-site compliance review covers three calendar years of books, records, minutes, bylaws,
forms W-2, 1099, W-3, 941, 941-C, bank reconciliation statements and housing allowances to clergy, if
applicable. In order to verify compliance, generally we inspect all assets, and examine depreciation
schedules, insurance policies, deeds and titles to all property, promissory notes to lending institutions and
individuals, and any other record or evidence of the ministry’s organization, operations and activities
relating to tax-exempt and financial accounting compliance.
To the extent necessary and appropriate, we review all policies and procedures, bookstore inventory,
required filings for schools or academies, financial statements, balance sheets, revenue and expense
statements, supporting schedules, general ledger, disbursement journals, contribution reports and
procedures, contribution receipts and receipt systems, ministers recent personal income tax returns, and
Forms 990 (federal annual information return required of a tax-exempt organization that is not a church)
and 990T (return of a tax-exempt organization engaging in unrelated business income activities), as may be
appropriate. An exit meeting will be held prior to the departure of the Examiner(s) and a written
Management Letter will be provided to the Board of Directors not later than thirty (30) days after the completion of the review.