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Brad Billet performs audit procedures for various government agencies and not-for-profit organizations. Brad has experience in all aspects of auditing ranging from internal control testing to financial statement reporting. He has worked extensively with all types of local governments; including counties, cities and school districts. Brad is specially trained in performing audits for recipients of federal awards, and with state funded colleges and universities. Brad has extensive experience with OMB Circular A-133 engagements and private school engagements that require student financial aid compliance audits.

Certifications & Licensure

CPA – State of Ohio

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants

Community Activities

Clark County Literacy Coalition Board Member

Education

BS, Accounting, Wilmington College

Industry & Service Specialization

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Requirement for Educational Institutions to Secure Protected Personal Information

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Support your nonprofit’s financial plans with board designations

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NFP Experts Discuss: How Should Our Nonprofit Handle Cryptocurrency Donations?

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Tighten up billing and collections to mitigate economic uncertainties

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Time to Increase Your Internal Audit Awareness

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Companies continue to negotiate remote work options

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No parking: Unused compensation reductions can’t go to health FSA

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