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Matt Mallinak Named Our Newest Partner

BMF welcomes with pride and purpose, our newest partner, Matt Mallinak!

Katie A. Allender

CPA

Office

600 Superior Avenue East, Suite 925

Cleveland, OH 44114


216.373.2529
216.373.2501

About Katie

Industry & Service Expertise

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Katie is a manager in Assurance and Advisory Services where she focuses on serving clients in diverse industries, including manufacturing and professional services. Katie’s primary responsibilities include coordinating all aspects of the engagement, from the planning process to issuance of the financial statement. Additionally, she works closely with staff executing, supervising and reviewing engagements. Katie also has experience in providing tax compliance services for closely held businesses, and internal control and due diligence related consulting engagements.

Katie was with Libman, Goldstine, Kopperman & Wolf, Inc. for over thirteen years before joining BMF.

Education

  • Bachelor of Business Administration, Baldwin Wallace University

Professional Service Memberships & Community Involvement

Nonprofit Trends: Online Revenue and Retention, Digital Advertising and Employee Satisfaction

Two main focal points for nonprofits include donor support and employee satisfaction, including the retention of both. The annual M+R Nonprofit Benchmark Study is an in-depth exploration of what’s changing for nonprofits and their supporters. The study is based. Read More >>

New Rules Clarify Nonprofit Accounting for Grants and Contributions

When the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) released new rules for revenue recognition, contributions were specifically excluded from the scope of the revenue recognition standard. This prompted the FASB to provide further guidance in its Accounting Standards Update (ASU). Read More >>

Revenue Recognition Issue 12 – Special Focus: Nonprofit

The good news for nonprofits is that contribution revenue was determined by the accounting standard setters to be “out of scope” for these new standards. Accordingly, no assessment of contribution revenues is required; however, these organizations don’t just get. Read More >>

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