To prevent a repeat of history, a new proposal aims to benefit tens of thousands of small and mid-sized nonprofits across the country.
If your nonprofit’s employee count is anywhere near 50, you’re going to want get familiar with enforcement agency regulations.
Boards and board members don’t get credit for some important work they do without even realizing they are doing it.
Is it a good idea to have insurance for volunteers? I thought volunteers had immunity in both federal and state laws.
The Affordable Healthcare Act creates sweeping changes in health care law. There are two key provisions which may help your nonprofit.
Often, conflicts of interest in nonprofits do not involve personal financial gain, but conflict of loyalty.
If kids are among your clients or constituents, then getting them involved is a natural. But you’ll want to be sure you’ve got basic protections in place first.
If you are a part of a nonprofit organization, consider directors and officers (D&O) coverage as a “must have.”
Administering the FMLA can be challenging. Ask Rita offers some guidance on the technicalities of recent changes to the law.
CPA Dennis Walsh of North Carolina explains why and how to include volunteer time in your nonprofit’s budgets and financials.