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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.
Standard elements of a drug and alcohol free workplace program for nonprofits. Includes a sample drug and alcohol free workplace policy.
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 shares steps for how a nonprofit organization can shut down its operations and ride into the sunset gracefully.
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.
Ask Rita explores whether or not a nonprofit organization’s employee can come and go using Family or Medical Leave?
Many people don’t realize that on their personal tax returns volunteers can deduct mileage expenses incurred as part of volunteering.
Some employers think that paying an employee a salary or designating an employee a “teacher” exempts that employee from the overtime rules. This is simply not the case.