Your Part-Time Controller, LLC provides outsourced financial management services to the nonprofit sector. The firm has opened its seventh national office in the Boston financial district to serve a market with over 1500 medium medium-sized nonprofit organizations in the greater Boston region.
Founded in 1993 and headquartered in Philadelphia, YPTC is methodically expanding nationally with offices in New York, Washington, Houston, Phoenix, Princeton, and Wilmington, Delaware. Over 700 nonprofit leaders nationwide are resting easier at night knowing that their accounting operations are functioning smoothly in the hands of YPTC’s more than 200 skilled accountants. Your Part-Time Controller is actively recruiting new Associates for the Boston office who want to give something back to their communities while working for a company that has been named a Best Place to Work by Accounting Today magazine and six times by the Business Journals in those cities.
“Boston had been on our short-list of cities which we saw as appropriate for our expansion, and we were already serving several Boston-area clients remotely, when we decided to make Boston our next city for our unique services to the nonprofit sector,” said Andi Fanelli McGunnigle, Senior Manager in charge of the new office. “There is a significant community of nonprofits in the region that fit our service profile, and we saw a need to help them succeed. We are excited to strengthen our relationships with our existing clients and bring our nonprofit accounting expertise to the rest of Boston’s nonprofits,” she said.
“When we ran the numbers and saw the dynamics, scope and needs of Boston’s nonprofit sector, we realized this is an exciting opportunity to help organizations working in social services, education, arts and culture, community development, religion, the environment, and so much more,” said Eric Fraint, President & Founder of Your Part-Time Controller.
“The accounting, bookkeeping and controller needs of nonprofits are every bit as complex, demanding and specialized as those of the for-profit sector,” said Fraint. “But for many of these organizations, it’s simply not cost-effective to hire a full-time CFO or Controller. Our clients regularly tell us that by hiring us to do their on-site, back-office financials we take their accounting worries off their minds. They tell us they sleep better at night knowing that things are in professional hands, and that they now have more time to focus on their charitable missions. Our goal is to build a stronger nonprofit sector, one accounting department at a time.
“We specialize in working with nonprofits for one reason and one reason only: because they’re doing good deeds for society, they make our work rewarding. We want to give something back to society as well,” Fraint added.
“I’m very excited to be managing the new Boston office,” said Fanelli McGunnigle. “I had visited here numerous times, it’s a great city, and I love the history. It’s a great launching point for the rest of New England. Plus, YPTC has a corporate history here in that our Managing Partner, Jennifer Alleva, CPA, is a graduate of the Boston College School of Management.”
The new office is located at 75 State Street. Your Part-Time Controller is actively hiring talented accountants who want to work with the nonprofit sector, and details are available at https://www.yptc.com/work-for-us/ or email@example.com. Nonprofit executives interested in exploring how YPTC can provide supplemental, ongoing and interim financial management support including financial reporting and analysis, business process assessments and staff and board training, can learn more at https://www.yptc.com/what-we-do/ or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Andi Fanelli McGunnigle
Andi Fanelli McGunnigle is a Senior Manager with Your Part-Time Controller, LLC. After earning her Bachelor’s degree at Villanova University and her Master’s degree at St. Joseph’s University, she went on to pursue a career in Accounting and Finance at various healthcare organizations. Andi is also a Founder of the Renaissance Academy Charter School and has served as a Founding Board Member, Interim CEO and Strategic Projects Coordinator for the school. Andi knew that she was interested in helping nonprofits achieve their goals and joined YPTC in 2015. Andi has used her accounting expertise to assist nonprofit clients with their financial management, as well as her business development knowledge and experience to help YPTC open multiple offices across the nation. Andi has help build a YPTC presence in Houston and supported growth in Washington, DC. Contact Andi directly at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about how YPTC can help your nonprofit organization.