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Dennis Walsh, a certified public accountant, shares seven ways nonprofits can reduce the costs around the auditing process.
A Blue Avocado Reader OpEd: The new 990 Online software comes out next week on July 20, 2009. This release will help as we face the challenges of filing the redesigned IRS Form 990 (for fiscal years starting in 2008). But 990 Online needs better suppor …
Here we take an unconventional look at three dimensions of why boards exist: Legal reasons, mission reasons, and political reasons.
We are considering changing some of our employees into independent contractors as a cost-saving measure. What is the potential downside?
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.
Although Sarbanes-Oxley wasn’t aimed at nonprofits, some saw the law’s passage as a wake-up call for nonprofits.
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.
Many people don’t realize that on their personal tax returns volunteers can deduct mileage expenses incurred as part of volunteering.