How the New GDPR Data Privacy Standards May Affect Your Nonprofit
The European Union’s comprehensive new regulation governing privacy practices goes into effect on May 25, 2018. U.S.-based nonprofit organizations shouldn’t assume they are exempt, even if they do not operate in the EU. Here's why.
3 Steps to Stronger Passwords
Even as cyber attacks have become increasingly sophisticated, the humble password remains a vital defense. Follow these steps to help improve password security at your organization.
A Template for Successful Nonprofit Mergers and Acquisitions
Nonprofit mergers and acquisitions can be beneficial for both organizations involved, but they require a significant investment of time and effort. If your organization is considering joining with another entity, these four phases will help guide you through the necessary steps.
Tax-Free Reimbursement and Deductibility of Moving Expenses Suspended Under the New Tax Act
Previously, employers could for or reimburse moving expenses for new or relocating employees on a tax-free basis. However, under the new tax bill these payments are now taxable to the employee.
How to Improve Your Defenses Against Two Common Cyber Threats
Two of the most common cyber threats are vulnerabilities and phishing. Learn the risks posed by each and steps your organization can take to reduce those risks.
The Treasury Department's 2017-2018 Priority Guidance Plan sets forth guidance priorities for the Treasury and the IRS based on public input, and taking into account the burden-reducing policies of the administration. The Plan has 10 items in the Exempt Organization (EO) area.
6 Strategies Under $6 to Exponentially Improve Organizational Performance
No matter how large and successful an organization may be, almost every nonprofit feels it could use more cash to accomplish its work. Here are six strategies that cost little to no money, but can produce an overly abundant return on investment.
What to Consider Before Accepting a Property Contribution
A gift of property can be very generous. If your nonprofit is offered a property contribution, you might be tempted to jump at the opportunity. But it's crucial to carefully consider gifts of real property (real estate) to avoid any unpleasant surprises and negative consequences.
How to Hire Top Nonprofit Talent: Tips for Pre-Interview Preparation
These pre-interview preparation tips will help you interview more effectively, obtain the information you need to make an informed decision, and leave candidates with a favorable impression of your organization.
Business as Mission: A Good Fit for Your Mission?
For the last few decades, many North American Christian missionary-sending organizations have become increasingly interested in the concept of sending missionaries with a "businessperson" label. The challenges and impediments to the success of this alternative missionary wave have typically come within three categories.