How Churches Can Win in a Rising Interest Rate Environment
The role that money plays in funding your church's vision is based solely on your ability to create and execute financial strategies that work. Here are a few suggestions to help you win in a rising interest rate environment.
Financing Options to Help Your Church Manage the Impact of Rising Interest Rates
Churches that are facing the need to refinance a loan, or that are considering obtaining loan financing for the first time, may be concerned about how to manage the cash flow impact of fluctuating interest rates. Here are some financing options to consider.
Dual-Use Property Issues
A look at what dual-use facilities are, and some tax considerations.
How to Address Generational Workforce Challenges
There are three main generations in our workforce currently, and we are on the brink of adding a fourth. Understanding how to relate to each is critical to successfully keeping them motivated and engaged in their work.
From Idea to Impact: 4 Fundamental Elements for Sustainability
Organizations need to balance a nonprofit heart with a business mindset. Explore these four critical elements for sustainability that can take your mission from idea to impact.
The Inherent Risk of Guest Wi-Fi Access at Your Church
Many churches provide Wi-Fi for the convenience of employees and guests. However, this complimentary benefit can come with a heavy price if security is taken for granted. Take these steps to help protect your church.
ASU 2016-14 & Churches: Four Key Questions Financial Leaders Should Ask
It’s important for every church financial leader to ask these four key questions to understand the new liquidity disclosures under ASU 2016-14.
A Conversation with Managing Partner Fran Brown
CapinCrouse Managing Partner Fran Brown discusses working with nonprofits, the challenges and opportunities our clients face, and his vision for the firm.
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.