Christian Colleges Rank High for Student Engagement
Among the colleges and universities in the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings with the highest student engagement, nine of the top 12 are faith-based.
Gifts-in-Kind: Reporting Contributions of Nonfinancial Assets
Since the standards for recognizing contributions at their fair value were issued in 1993, NFPs have been challenged to measure the value of the myriad contributions they receive. This controversial area is once again being addressed by watchdog agencies and state attorneys general and, thus, is one that NFPs should navigate with care.
The Current State of Higher Education: Key Issues and Trends
While the higher education industry is large and complex, there are several trends affecting schools of all types and sizes. Faith-based higher education institutions are not immune to these trends.
First-Time Employee Benefit Plan Audits: What to Expect
Certain employee benefit plans with 100 or more eligible participants may be required to engage an independent auditor to audit the plan’s financial records. Although the audit process may seem daunting, it can go smoothly with a little bit of planning and organization. These tips will help you prepare.
5 Suggestions to Perfect Your Audit Committee Charter
These five suggestions should be considered for strengthening even a great audit committee charter.
An Introduction to Robotic Process Automation for Nonprofits
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) allows organizations to automate certain types of work processes to reduce the time spent on costly manual tasks and increase efforts to deliver mission-critical work. Learn how it could benefit your nonprofit.
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
The business continuity and disaster recovery environment is changing every day. It is critical for nonprofits to establish baseline plans, back-up configurations, and training and testing processes to ensure ongoing operations.
Do We Really Owe Tax on Our Parking Lot?
The new tax on qualified transportation fringe benefits, including parking, has resulted in much confusion. Here's what we know, what we don't, and some examples.
What All Nonprofits Should Know About the New Colorado Data Privacy Law
A new Colorado data privacy law takes effect on September 1, 2018. Even if your nonprofit doesn’t operate in Colorado, the law applies if you collect or maintain the personal data of Colorado residents.
Church Musicians: Employees or Independent Contractors?
Are the musicians your church pays to perform for worship services and other church events employees, or independent contractors? An incorrect classification can result in significant negative financial consequences for both the church and the musician.