• Agency Financial Report/Statement -  Financial reports/statements are expected to summarize what fiscal events took place within an organization during a given reporting period. Financial statements should indicate sources of revenue, use of the organization's resources and give a clear picture of the financial condition of the organization and indication of future potential for continued operation. Financial statements include an income statement, cash flow statement or balance sheet.
  • A-133 - a certified audit which includes both the provider's financial statements and the federal awards needed when the provider expends $500,000 or more in a year in federal funds as outlined in Section .500 of Circular no. A-133 of the Federal Register.
  • CPA Audit - Agency financial reports/statements, which have been developed and fully reviewed by an accountant following GAAP guidelines, for which the auditor has rendered an Independent Auditor's Report.
  • Consolidated Financial Report - This report is designed to identify the allowable expenses for each "program" for which a "rate" must be calculated for purchase of care/fee-for-service by the state consisting of schedule of program costs, schedule of program revenues, schedule of personnel costs, schedule of consultant/contractual costs, and schedule of units of service delivered.
  • 501c3 letter - A 501 (c) letter is issued by the IRS informing the applicant organization certifying the entity as a charitable organization organized and operated exclusively for purposes set forth in section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code. The letter also states that contributions to the organization are deductible under Section 170 of the code. The organization is also qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under section 2016, 2055 or 2522 of the code.