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Watching indicators of financial health like performance-to-budget or reserve size are important, but may not say if you need to worry now.
Financial notes for the article, “Tracking Volunteer Time to Improve Your Bottom Line: A Complete Accounting Guide,” by Dennis Walsh, CPA.
Should a nonprofit organization accept a personal loans from a board member? Some of the choices in how such loans can be made. A starting point for a discussion with the board or a discussion with your personal financial advisor.
Heroes don’t act alone: Nonprofits support heroes, and heroes understand nonprofits are impactful platforms for evolving social movements.
Nationally recognized nonprofit attorney Tom Silk wrote this Model Document Retention Policy on a pro bono basis for CompassPoint Nonprofit Services to use and to make available for all nonprofits.
A vibrant, rough-and-tumble ecosystem of nonprofits serves our society best — rather than bemoan its complexity, we should treasure it.
Jeanne Bell shares six things that nonprofit organizations should know about the IRS’ new revised 990 nonprofit tax return.
Embezzlement — fraud committed by employees and volunteers — is especially painful in community nonprofits. Here are the most common types of nonprofit embezzlement and how to deal with them.
Blue Avocado shares steps for how a nonprofit organization can shut down its operations and ride into the sunset gracefully.
This issue we begin a three-part series on nonprofit retirement, written by Blue Avocado columnist Steve Zimmerman. You’ve read about how organizations should prepare for people retiring, but not much about how you can prepare. In our trademark …