Nonprofit Accounting Basics

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Microsoft OneNote: Tips for Notetaking and Collaboration

Much of our work involves taking notes, collecting content, and sharing information as part of day-to-day business activities and meetings.

About Operating Reserves for Nonprofits

About Operating Reserves" - What are they and why have them?

Meet the New Form 1099-NEC

The PATH Act (Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act) required that payments for services in 2017 be reported on Form 1099-MISC by January 31 of the following year.  However, if a payor was o

5 Guidelines for Successful Grants Management

A good grants management process can take some time to develop, but the effort can be worth it.  In this article, you’ll learn some tips and guidelines to help you improve your grants manageme

Some Legal Issues to Consider When Trying to Get Out of Your Office Lease

As the financial pressures on nonprofit organizations mount and many employees continue to work remotely from home, nonprofits are increasingly examining their options for getting out of their curr

Charities and Political Activity— The Unwelcome Spotlight

Political candidates can be good for your nonprofit.  They raise the profile of your events, increase public interest in your activities, and prove to be good friends once in office.  Why

The Importance of Operating Reserves for Nonprofits

What is an operating reserve, and why does every nonprofit need to address this issue?

Accounting for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan Forgiveness

In June 2020, the AICPA issued Technical Question and Answer (TQA

Is It Time to Be Proactive with Your Office Lease Situation?

A familiar scenario has played out month after month for many nonprofit organizations during this prolonged period of financial uncertainty, remote work, and virtual programs and meetings.

Workplace Connectivity Amid COVID

You’re a business leader. You’ve made the pivot. Your staff is working one hundred percent from home – and successfully I might add!