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This blog post discusses the three basic responsibilities that apply to not-for-profit board members: the duty of obedience, duty of care and duty of loyalty.
Though board leadership is certainly a meaningful way to give back in your community, it is not without its challenges. This blog post describes some of these challenges.
This article describes eight top business practices that all not-for-profits should consider implementing.
IRS Form 990 can be leveraged to generate support for charities and fundraising organizations. Learn more in this blog post.
Religious organization leaders need to know that employees and volunteers who have access to their funds may be tempted to steal. Organizations need to implement...
This guide will help you pinpoint areas your firm might need to take a closer look at to ensure quality standards are being met.
FASB ASC stipulates that NFP entities allocate joint costs from combined educational campaigns and fundraising solicitations as program costs.
This white paper provides information about enterprise risk management for NFPs.
These illustrative financial statements and related disclosures have been created to serve as a non-authoritative example of a possible presentation of a complete set...