If your not-for-profit owns its own facility, it likely will have more control of work space than if you lease.
Did you know that the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) recently extended the simplified private-company accounting alternatives to not-for-profit organizati
It’s no secret that this is a challenging time for charitable fundraising.
One of the worst things that can happen to a not-for-profit organization is to have its tax-exempt status revoked.
Who would defraud a kids’ organization? The answer, unfortunately, is that trusted adults sometimes steal from not-for-profits benefiting children.
Many not-for-profit organizations use fundraising methods that cross state boundaries.
Borrowing isn’t just for businesses. Many not-for-profits borrow money for major capital purchases, new program funding and even to manage current cash flow.
When you receive a personal gift from a friend or family member — even if it’s not something you particularly want — you accept the gift and thank the person.
Most not-for-profit board members are unpaid volunteers. They’ve agreed to serve because they care about your mission and the impact your organization is making.
You may think that only large, well-endowed not-for-profits require the advice of an investment manager.