Church Year-End Financial Task Checklist
To say that the end of the calendar year is a busy time for church financial departments is an understatement. This checklist of calendar year-end financial tasks will help you stay on track and get the new year off to a strong start.
4 Steps to Reduce Year-end Fraud Risks
All nonprofit organizations are at risk for fraud. It’s particularly important to be aware of this risk at the end of the year, when donations typically increase and staff members are busy.
The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act: What Higher Education Institutions Need to Do Now
While GLBA requirements are not new, they are now part of the required audit procedures in the Compliance Supplement. Learn about the changes, the steps you need to take, and the potential cost of noncompliance.
5 Key Nonprofit Outcome Metrics and How to Use Them
Many nonprofits struggle with knowing what data is significant. If your nonprofit is wondering how to best analyze outcomes and results, consider starting with these outcome metrics.
FASB Proposes Delayed Effective Dates of Certain Standards
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has issued an exposure draft that would grant private companies and nonprofit organizations additional time to implement FASB standards.
Vet or Forget? The Case for Background Checks for Nonprofit Board Members
Should your nonprofit conduct background checks on board members? It can be dangerous from a financial and reputational standpoint to make assumptions about anyone’s history. Here’s what to consider.
One Year After Wayfair: What Nonprofits Need to Know
The South Dakota v Wayfair case opened the door for states to require organizations to collect and remit sales tax even if the organization has no in-state physical presence. Take a look at what’s changed and the challenges that may still be ahead for nonprofits.
Maximizing Good: 3 Steps to Meeting Your Nonprofit’s Potential
How can nonprofits successfully maximize good? It begins with learning how to balance external and internal needs. These three steps can help your nonprofit maximize its impact.
Application and Software Inventory: The Good, the Bad, the Process!
As your organization uses more software and applications, you need an effective inventory system to manage and secure what you’re using. These three steps will help you get started.
Developing a Strategy for IT Asset Management Success
IT asset management can seem like a mountainous task, but strategic planning will make the task manageable and save you headaches and sleepless nights. These steps will help you get started.