A few years ago, IRS Revenue Procedure 2018-15 changed the rules regarding not-for-profit restructuring.
Budgetary shortfalls may have your not-for-profit looking for new sources of support. If those sources are international, be careful.
Whether your not-for-profit is continuing to hold videoconference board meetings or is back to in-person gatherings, you don’t want to waste members’ time.
Watch out, nonprofit trade associations! If your group is a 501(c)(6) organization, your activities could potentially threaten your tax-exempt status.
You might think that artificial intelligence (AI) is just about using computers to perform complex tasks that otherwise would require human intelligence.
Accountable plans reimburse employees for work-related expenses free of federal income and employment taxes.
The typical defrauded not-for-profit loses $75,000 per fraud incident, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Economic instability caused by the pandemic may have your nonprofit scrambling to find funding.
Starbucks, Nike, Pepsi, Uber and scores of other major companies regularly use cause marketing to burnish their image and reach customers.
No not-for-profit looks forward to annual audits. But regular maintenance and preparation specific to an impending audit can make the process less disruptive.