Resource Archives: 2014

Posted by: Mitch Hansen · Dec 6, 2014

In response to the 2004 Senate hearings regarding numerous not-for-profit scandals, the Panel on the Nonprofit Sector was convened to come up with principles of self-regulation for the industry. The result of the Panel’s work: 33 principles that act as best practices for board governance. This video is the 10th in a series that will include a summary of each principle and information on how to implement it.

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Posted by: Clark Nuber Nov 3, 2014

This survey asked not-for-profit leaders to consider both actual results and future expectations about the economy, their industry, and their organizations. Participants were also asked about trends and strategies, as well as goals and challenges for 2014.

Results for the 2014 Not-for-Profit Outlook Survey represent the opinions of over 70 not-for-profit leaders. This report includes an analysis of results we consider to be the most informative, actionable, and insightful.

The 2014 Not-for-Profit Outlook Survey 2014

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Posted by: Matt Medlin · Oct 28, 2014

Originally published in Seattle Business Magazine, this article focuses on 5 things startups can do when considering funding alternatives.

It’s one of the most exciting times in any entrepreneur’s life: you’ve got a great product and a solid business plan. You can attract customers and generate revenue. Now you’re ready to bring investors on board. Maybe you’ve even gotten some interest from a few. It’s time to break out the champagne, right?

Not so fast. Getting to the funding stage is a tremendous milestone, but it’s also the point at which many startups take a wrong turn. Click  to read the entire article.

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Posted by: Sara Elizabeth Hyre · Sep 26, 2014

In response to the 2004 Senate hearings regarding numerous not-for-profit scandals, the Panel on the Nonprofit Sector was convened to come up with principles of self-regulation for the industry. The result of the Panel’s work: 33 principles that act as best practices for board governance. This video is the 9th in a series that will include a summary of each principle and information on how to implement it.

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Posted by: Julie Eisenhauer · Sep 19, 2014

Co-sponsored by the Washington Lodging Association to help its members be prepared to address a data breach, this panel discussion included experts in law, communications, and IT security.

Data Breaches in the Hospitality Industry – Presentation

Data Breaches in the Hospitality Industry – Bios and Resource Handout

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Posted by: Vincent J. Stevens · Aug 25, 2014

In response to the 2004 Senate hearings regarding numerous not-for-profit scandals, the Panel on the Nonprofit Sector was convened to come up with principles of self-regulation for the industry. The result of the Panel’s work: 33 principles that act as best practices for board governance. This video is the 8th in a series that will include a summary of each principle and information on how to implement it.

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Posted by: Jennifer Becker Harris · Jul 25, 2014

In response to the 2004 Senate hearings regarding numerous not-for-profit scandals, the Panel on the Nonprofit Sector was convened to come up with principles of self-regulation for the industry. The result of the Panel’s work: 33 principles that act as best practices for board governance. This video is the 7th in a series that will include a summary of each principle and information on how to implement it.

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Posted by: Joe Haberzetle · Jul 12, 2014

Originally published in Seattle Business Magazine, this article focuses on sales tax exposure, gross receipts/other alternative taxes, and personal income tax withholding.

In a 2012 survey of corporate tax departments, the Tax Executives Institute reported that the most commonly used measurement by company management to evaluate the tax department’s performance was “lack of surprises,” beating out expected metrics such as “meeting compliance deadlines” and “cash taxes.”

So it seems that avoiding ugly surprises is the way to succeed in the tax world – but how do we know what we don’t know? Click here to read the full article.

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