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Supporting Your Faith with Fiscal Accountability


I have been the treasurer for my church for the better part of 10 years. It is an important job but one that requires a certain amount of specialized knowledge to do it properly which makes it very difficult to ever move out of the position. Having a firm like OSA&C to step in and do the detailed work allows our church finance committee to focus on making the decisions that are best for the church and not be concerned with the details of the books. What a relief!

William S. Hart, CFP, MBA
Retirement Strategies, Inc.

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Know the Basics of an Internal Audit Committee

Second of a three-part series In our last post, we discussed the need for a church audit and the differences between audits, reviews and agreed upon procedures engagements. Now we’ll discuss the fundamental operation of an internal audit committee, assuming you run only a basic church operation without a school, daycare, book store, foundation, etc. […]


High financial scrutiny of public companies and increasing incidences of fraud discovery are causing churches to wonder if they need an audit. One question often asked is, “How much does an audit cost?” Congress and standards disseminated by the industry itself have besieged the public accounting profession with new regulations. More stringent standards require more […]