Lindley and Company LLC, a small local firm located in Seattle Washington, was founded in 2000 by Martha Lindley CPA to serve organizations that serve the community. Employees include both tax, accounting services and audit professionals. The Firm serves nonprofit and government organizations, especially those receiving funding required to be audited under OMB Circular A-133 and Government Auditing Standards. We have over forty-five non-profit organization clients, 90% of which require audit services. We have provided service for over seven government contracts, serving State and Local funders in both audit and program monitoring functions. We have over three hundred tax clients representing individual, corporate, partnership, exempt organizations and trusts/estates.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT – AND A PERFECT FIT FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION
EXPERIENCE – Practical, hands on and useful. The Firm has performed hundreds of audits – walking through the door, sitting down with accounting staff and examining the accounting and accounting systems.
EDUCATION – Continuing education in nonprofit accounting, financial reporting, auditing and tax. Our focus is on nonprofit organizations and their issues.
REPUTATION – We strive for a reputation as a Firm that works to assist clients during the audit process to improve accounting functions, understand regulations and how to build a stronger organization.
SERVICE – We make our schedule fit your schedule in an environment where flexibility is key.
COMMITMENT – the Firm is involved in the community, providing volunteer services, participating in fundraising events, donating auction items, and serving on community boards.
The Firm has personally performed, supervised or managed hundreds financial statement audits for over forty-five not-for-profit organizations. These audits include social service agencies, housing projects, outreach services, health services and community organizations. A majority of these organizations also received federal funding and were subject to the reporting requirements of OMB Circular A-133. This experience results in a quality, professional and most importantly, useful, product.
Our clients represent a variety of services:
Not for profit organizations providing:
Service to low-income residents
Food distribution, Clothing distribution, Employment and job training
HUD projects, Low-income housing tax credit partnerships, Emergency, transitional and permanent
At-risk youth programs, Health care for women and children, Job training, Services for the elderly, Community building services, Mental health
Literacy skills, Specialized teaching, School program improvement
Government agencies providing:
Health care and nutrition for women and children, Food for low-income children, Community building services, Services to low-income residents