Is your not-for-profit overpaying unemployment tax? Many employers are and don’t know it. Here’s how to find out and possibly reduce unemployment costs.
An operating reserve is an unrestricted and relatively liquid portion of a not-for-profit’s net assets.
As we wrap up the June 30, 2018 audit cycle, we have summarized key financial information from our school district clients. With over 20 clients, we now have a signif
Traditionally, Americans have supported charities not only for tax breaks and a vague sense of “giving back,” but also for a variety of other financial, emotional and
Not-for-profits that direct and benefit from the actions of their volunteers can be held accountable if those individuals are harmed or harm others on the job.
Many not-for-profits look beyond the United States to boost revenue. They recruit members, sell products, promote conferences or solicit donations abroad.
To err is human, but some errors are more consequential — and harder to fix — than others.
Churches, synagogues, mosques and other religious congregations aren’t required to file tax returns, so they might not regularly hire independent accountants.
You can’t serve the needs of your not-for-profit’s members unless you know what those needs are.
Communication breakdowns between a not-for-profit’s development and accounting departments can lead to confusion, embarrassment and even financial problems.