Sandy Jensen

CPA, Partner

Phone: 608.793.3126
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About Sandy

Sandy Jensen joined Hawkins Ash CPAs in 2001. As a partner in the firm’s La Crosse, WI, office, she provides audit services to nonprofit and educational agencies. Sandy is chairperson of the firm’s nonprofit service group and a member of the firm’s Audit and Accounting Committee.

Areas of Focus

Nonprofit  Audits

Educational Agency Audits

 

Education

Bachelor of Science

Accounting

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Certified Public Accountant

 

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Community Organizations

La Crescent Community Foundation, Board Member

Meals on Wheels, Volunteer

UW-La Crosse Alumni Association, Finance Committee Member

Recent Articles by Sandy

Company Credit Cards and Employee Reimbursements: Is Your Organization Safe?

Company Credit Cards and Employee Reimbursements: Is Your Organization Safe?

Employee theft occurs in all organizations. It can range from taking home company supplies to embezzling money or falsifying documents.
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Public Disclosure Requirements of Tax Exempt Organizations

Public Disclosure Requirements of Tax Exempt Organizations

As part of receiving the benefits of tax exempt status, nonprofit organizations must comply with Public Disclosure requirements. If approached,
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Is Accounting Part of Your Capital Campaign Committee?

Is Accounting Part of Your Capital Campaign Committee?

Your organization has made the decision to raise money with a capital campaign. The feasibility study has been completed, a
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ASU 2016-18 Statement of Cash Flows: Restricted Cash (Topic 230) ("Update")

ASU 2016-18 Statement of Cash Flows: Restricted Cash (Topic 230) (“Update”)

This update was issued in November of 2016 and clarifies the diversity in practice as to how cash and restricted
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New Requirement for Social Welfare Organizations

New Requirement for Social Welfare Organizations

Recently established social welfare organizations must now notify the IRS that they are operating as tax-exempt organizations under Code Section
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A Disconnect in Succession Planning

A Disconnect in Succession Planning

A 2014 survey* highlighted a divide between senior executives at nonprofits and the internal candidates who could possibly replace them
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Does Your Nonprofit Qualify for the Occasional Sale Exemption?

Does Your Nonprofit Qualify for the Occasional Sale Exemption?

For purposes of the occasional sale exemption, a governmental unit is considered a nonprofit organization. All purchases by a governmental
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Contribution vs. Exchange Transaction: Which is it?

Contribution vs. Exchange Transaction: Which is it?

This is sometimes a common question that nonprofits ask when looking to record revenue. The definitions for a contribution and
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Tips to Avoid Tax Consequences of Corporate Sponsorships

Tips to Avoid Tax Consequences of Corporate Sponsorships

Accepting a corporate sponsorship to help fund one or a series of events or simply to provide ongoing support for
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