Perhaps you wrote a social media policy several years ago when your not-for-profit set up a Facebook page.
The Donor Bill of Rights was designed about 25 years ago as a blueprint of best practices for not-for-profits.
IRS rules governing private foundations are complex and include many exceptions, which is why your foundation needs to write and follow a detailed conflict-of-interest policy.
Auditors examining a not-for-profit’s financial statements spend considerable time on the revenue figures.
If your not-for-profit wants to improve its budgeting, forecasting, fundraising or other functions but is having a hard time identifying both problems and solutions, data analytics can help.
Auctions have long been lucrative fundraising events for not-for-profits. But these events come with some tax compliance responsibilities.
Your not-for-profit’s board of directors meetings don’t always need to be performed up-close and personal in the same room.
The amount of money your not-for-profit raises in fundraising campaigns is meaningful, but so is how efficiently you’re able to raise it.
Whether it’s in the business, government or not-for-profit sector, ethics seem to be on everyone’s minds these days.
Your not-for-profit probably already ensures that donors receive a receipt with information about claiming a charitable contribution deduction on their tax return.