You can hear it in their voices: There's something about providing accounting work for not-for-profit entities that produces a smile of satisfaction. These people like what they're doing for a living."They very much appreciate what you do for them. They're not out just to increase the bottom line of the organization - they're out there to do a service for the community, and they appreciate anything you can do to help them," said Rob Fleming, shareholder director of the Not-for-Profit Services Group at the Bellevue, Wash.-based firm of Clark Nuber.

"There's a feeling of satisfaction," echoed Brian Schebler, director of services/public sector for McGladrey & Pullen. "It gives me a feeling that I'm helping an organization that otherwise might not get the services that they need."

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