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Nonprofit Accounting Basics
Each year, hundreds of nonprofit organizations are victimized by employee thefts.
One of the top priorities for a not-for-profit organization's (NFP's) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is the proper stewardship of the NFP's assets.
One of the most damaging effects a fraud can have on a nonprofit organization is a tarnished reputation.
Nonprofits, like every other type of institution, have been forced to weather a variety of challenges—some dire—during the economic downturn.
You know the scam; someone in a foreign country has inherited a large sum of money and needs your help to get the money delivered to them.
Technology has dramatically changed how we all work, play, and use our mobile phones, computers, and i-Pads.
When it comes to banking, there are many types of fraud schemes out there, and new types being engineered every single day.
The economic conditions of today have caused a huge increase in fraudulent acts by not only employees who work within an organization, but also outsiders who have a relationship with the organizati
As church members, we probably do not want to entertain the idea that the people handling the church finances could be dishonest.
Ensuring that the appropriate individuals are reviewing key contracts is essential to identifying, quantifying, and, if necessary, reporting financial liabilities in a timely manner.