Accountants for the Public Interest

Accountants for the Public Interest

A society for accountants to volunteer their time to perform professional services for charities and other nonprofit organizations that cannot afford them. It also provides information on the accounting implications of public policy questions.
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in accounting at Iowa State University; Linda Ruchala; Bill Schwartz, dean of Indiana University-South Bend; Tony Tinker, professor at Baruch College--SUNY; Paul Williams, professor at North Carolina State University; Kristi Yuthas, professor at Portland State University; Milton Zisman, CPA and co-founder of Accountants for the Public Interest.
For the non-tax programs in other areas of the country, contact Accountants for the Public Interest at 410/837-6533.
What a Difference Nonprofits Make: A Guide to Accounting Procedures, Accountants for the Public Interest (API), 1012 14th Street, N.
While a member of Accountants for the Public Interest during most of the 80's, Condon served on the New Jersey sections conference committee.
Many volunteer accounting services are provided through such not-for-profit groups as Accountants for the Public Interest (API).
Many provide pro bono accounting services through not-for-profit groups such as Accountants for the Public Interest (API).
Accountants for the Public Interest (API) gave several CPAs its annual API Volunteer Achievement Awards: Charles J.
Affiliate organizations of Accountants for the Public Interest (API) are looking for volunteers.