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Christie Gricius, CPA

Christie Gricius, CPA

Author's details

Name: Christie Gricius, CPA
Date registered: July 17, 2012



Christie has more than 12 years of experience working at ORBA. She has extensive experience in performing audits, accounting and tax work for our clients. She prepares and analyzes financial statements as well as prepares income tax returns for not-for-profit organizations, as well as various other clients including individuals, partnerships and corporations. Christie works with a variety of clients in various industries including not-for-profit, manufacturing, real estate, software development, retail and broker dealers. At ORBA, Christie trains and supervises newly hired accountants during audits, reviews, compilations and special projects. She also has experience managing daily cash activities for various companies and completing monthly bank reconciliations.

Latest posts

  1. When Should I Update My Leases? — July 1, 2014
  2. Managing Your Debt-Related Loan Covenants — September 30, 2013
  3. Proposed Lease Changes Are Forthcoming… Eventually — October 18, 2012
  4. Internal Accounting – Which Method to Use? — July 17, 2012

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Jul 01

When Should I Update My Leases?

With the day-to-day activity involved in property management, it is not surprising that commercial landlords often pay little attention to the terms of their long-term leases unless problems arise or renewal is on the horizon. This month’s blog looks at other circumstances that might make it advisable to review and update leases.

Sep 30

Managing Your Debt-Related Loan Covenants

Since the real estate market crash, commercial mortgages have been more difficult to obtain. Lenders do not want to expose themselves to the types of losses they have sustained over the last several years and therefore, have become even more critical in evaluating the credibility of potential borrowers and the types of projects they will be financing.

Oct 18

Proposed Lease Changes Are Forthcoming… Eventually

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) have been working together to develop a new approach to lease accounting. Potential changes to lease accounting have been debated for years and to-date these changes remain undecided:

Jul 17

Internal Accounting – Which Method to Use?

What is the correct accounting method to use when evaluating and managing your real estate venture? There are several methods which can produce significantly different results. If decision making for your business is based on your internal financial statements, make sure you understand which method is being used and what that means to your bottom line.