Is Running a Nonprofit with a For-Profit Vision the New Normal?
Adopting a business mindset won’t fix problems overnight, but it will start to push a nonprofit to ask more critical questions about its future growth and where to make the right investments. Here are three key lessons from the for-profit world that can strengthen nonprofits’ long-term growth.
Does Your Information Governance Program Look Like an Abandoned Fairground?
An information governance program helps hold organizations and individuals accountable for the proper handling of information assets. Learn how your organization can benefit.
Compensation Committee Wake-Up Call — The “Other Obstacle” to Leadership Transition
Compensation committee members must realize that time is not on their side for addressing retirement-related arrangements. Delaying can have a negative impact on both the executive and the organization.
Impact of Wayfair Supreme Court Decision on Nonprofit Organizations
In June 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court held that states can require a retailer to collect and remit sales tax even if the retailer lacks an in-state physical presence. See what the implications may be for your organization.
Discrepancies Between ASU No. 2016-14 and Form 990
ASU No. 2016-14 contains changes to NFP financial reporting standards that generally do not correspond to the presentation in the current Form 990.
Key Federal Tax Figures for 2019
January 17, 2019 - Download or print our 2019 Key Federal Tax Figures summary for reference during the year.
Webcast for Nonprofits: Fraud Prevention Best Practices for Nonprofits
March 28, 2019 - Watch this recorded webcast for a look at current nonprofit fraud issues and best practices. Through real-life examples and case studies, you'll gain the essential information you need to help protect your organization from fraud.
Nonprofit Issues Newsletter, December 2018
How predictive analytics is transforming fundraising, valuing gifts-in-kind donations, guidance on new UBIT rules, and more.
IRS Issues Interim Guidance on “Parking Tax”
December 13, 2018 – The IRS and Treasury have released much-anticipated guidance on the “parking tax” under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) section 512(a)(7). As we suspected, paying a third party for employee parking and reimbursing employees for parking is taxable.
Qualified Charitable Distribution Trap for IRA Checkbook Holders
There's a potential pitfall for IRA owners whose account is with a custodian that provides the owner with a checkbook they can use to write checks on their IRA account. Here's what your organization should know about this issue.