Your not-for-profit has likely grown and evolved since it was founded. Have your bylaws kept pace?
Not-for-profit organizations don’t lose as much to occupational fraud as for-profit businesses do.
Not-for-profits with multiple sources of support generally are less likely to have budget shortfalls and are better able to grow and expand their services.
The IRS’s staffing shortages have been well publicized and audits of individuals have decreased in the past several years.
Do you want to control costs and improve delivery of your not-for-profit’s programs and services? It may not be as difficult as you think.
Not-for-profit board members — whether compensated or not — have a fiduciary duty to the organization.
Nonprofit trade associations, or 501(c)(6) organizations, exist to promote their members’ common interests and improve business conditions or “one or more lines of int
What would happen if one of your managers was suddenly forced to take long-term disability leave? Or an accounting staffer quit without notice?
Your not-for-profit’s ability to pursue its mission depends greatly on its financial health and integrity.
Most not-for-profits are intensely focused on present needs, not the possibility that disaster will strike sometime in the distant future.