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With the elections coming up, a nonprofit’s staff is buzzing with political talk. Ask Rita shares how to avoid this creating a minefield.
Be sure that your nonprofit is getting the most value out of your relationship with your broker, and with your insurance companies.
Many nonprofit board members don’t think about the organization’s insurance until something adverse happens. Here’s the low-down on liability.
Blue Avocado explores the plight of people in the nonprofit sector who find themselves close to retirement without enough savings.
A quick roundup of just a few of the most compelling and informative nonprofit commentaries around recent financial developments.
Blue Avocado shares steps for how a nonprofit organization can shut down its operations and ride into the sunset gracefully.
“I need a four-oh-what??” Many eyes glaze over when it comes time to decide how to save and invest for retirement. If you wish that somehow, magically, a stash of money would be waiting for you the minute you turn 65 — a reward for all t …
Just as master chefs treasure their knives and carpenters have their prize hammers, we in community nonprofits treasure OUR equipment. It’s nice to have a friendly, reliable piece of equipment that always there for you. The following are from Blue Avoc …
For nonprofits, it’s hard not to think that closing down is the ultimate disaster. But sometimes a lack of money or energy forces the issue.
Three years after Hurricane Katrina, we hear about changes and challenges in New Orleans, but little about the severe damage in Mississippi.