Whether you’re running for office, helping another campaign, or starting a grassroots political action committee, there are many complex financial reporting requirements. Few things can stop a campaign committee or political action committee (PAC) in its tracks faster than poor financial management. J. Nick Leitch and Company has specialized expertise in the compliance requirements of, and reporting to, the Federal Election Commission (FEC) and the New Mexico Secretary of State.
Our firm provides a unique combination of accounting and campaign reporting services to assure compliance with reporting procedures of federal and state law. We can also provide campaigns or PACs with a controller to oversee all financial aspects of the committee from monthly accounting, processing payroll, accounts payable, managing contributions, securing insurance and banking relationships. In addition to the financial management of committees, we prepare and file all compliance reports with Federal and State agencies.
J. Nick Leitch and Company has been instrumental in the elections and re-elections of the United States Congress and the United States Senate Candidates representing New Mexico since 1998.
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