Due to, the governor’s order directing people to stay home and to practice social distancing, Isler client workpapers and documents should be mailed or dropped off via the building drop slot. Tax returns may be retrieved via postal mail or our client portal. We are encouraging our clients not to come to our offices at this time. However, we are open for business. If your situation requires, or you would like to meet with your CPA in person, an appointment must be made before hand. This will last until the quarantine is over. Due to new COVID restrictions announced by Governor Kate Brown on June 19, 2019, while we will continue to have limited client meetings and contact, any client entering the Isler office is required to wear a mask covering as recommended by the CDC.

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Nonprofit Organizations


Your focus is on making the community a better place. Isler CPA can help you manage risk, enhance your financial health and preserve your tax exempt status while complying with the ever-changing accounting and auditing requirements.

Our Services for Nonprofits

Our nonprofit accounting services include:

Our Community Involvement

An important part of our mission is to give back to our community. Each of our employees commit to 50 hours of community service annually and our firm has been recognized time and time again for our sustainability efforts.

Request nonprofit accounting training

Our team of audit and tax professionals provides training and resources to nonprofit leaders on request. Please fill out the form below and we will contact you as soon as we can.

Contact our nonprofit organizations team

Paul Nielson, CPA, CFE

Managing Partner

Gatlin Hawkins, CPA, CFE

Partner


What our clients say about us

“The Coquille Indian Tribe began working with Isler CPA in 1990 for audit services. Obviously, this relationship of over 20 years is evidence that the tribe has been extremely pleased with Isler CPA’s expertise and professionalism. Their staff knows the particular issues that affect Indian tribes and has a knack for explaining oftentimes complex financial concepts to non-financial folks.”

- Mark G.
CFO, Coquille Indian Tribe