Chuck Krueger

Chuck Krueger

CPA, Senior Audit Manager

Phone: 920.684.2547
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About Chuck

Chuck Krueger joined Hawkins Ash CPAs accounting and auditing staff in 1987. As a senior manager in the firm’s Manitowoc, WI, office, he provides audit services to school districts, municipalities and nonprofit entities. He is a member of the firm’s Governmental Service Group and Nonprofit Service Group.

Areas of Focus

Commercial Accounting and Auditing

Municipality Audits

Nonprofit Audits

School District Audits



Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Accounting, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Certified Public Accountant

AICPA Advanced Single Audit Certificate

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction-School District Task Force

Community Organizations

Aquatic Center Board of Directors, Treasurer

Holy Family Memorial Hospital, Treasurer and Board of Directors

Kiwanis Club of Greater Manitowoc, Board of Directors

Manitowoc-Calumet Library System, Board of Directors

Recent Articles by Chuck

ASC 842 lease standard

ASC 842 Lease Standard: Understanding the Impact on Not-for-Profit Financial Statements

Now that most not-for-profit organizations have implemented the new lease standard (ASC 842), it is a good time to look
Establishing an Endowment Fund

Establishing an Endowment Fund

Many nonprofit entities want to provide long-term stability for their organizations through the establishment of an endowment fund. Before proceeding
What Triggers a Single Audit

What Triggers a Single Audit?

The pandemic has brought many changes to nonprofit organizations, including changes in operations, reduced funding from traditional revenue streams, and

Early Lessons from COVID-19

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is front and center for many organizations as they try to adjust to the “new normal.”

Assisting your Board in Becoming More Efficient and Effective

Being a member of a Board of Directors for a non-profit requires commitment and passion for the mission of the
Federal Overtime Rules

Cost Allocations

All organizations typically have direct costs (items that relate directly to a program or a function of the organization) and
Nonprofit Organizations

How to Communicate Financial Information to the Boardboard

To properly manage and oversee a nonprofit organization, the board needs to receive timely and accurate financial information. Since every
Election Year

It’s an Election Year: Tread Carefully

With the presidential election coming up this fall, now is a good time to review the rules regarding charitable organizations'
Area of IRS Scrutiny

Worker Classification: An Area of IRS Scrutiny

Background Nonprofit organizations may not realize they can have issues with the IRS that are not related to their tax