Top Four Finance and Development Collaboration Opportunities

The numbers provided by the finance and development departments at not-for-profits often do not match 100 percent – and they don’t have to. However, the data must be reconcilable from one department to the other,

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Financial Education for Your Children: Allowances Are Just the Beginning

Healthy financial habits that last a lifetime must start at an early age. Whether you have a kindergartner or “tween,” here are a few tips you can take to teach money and finance fundamentals to your children.

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A Deeper Dive into Not-for-Profit Functional Expense Reporting

By Sarah Wine, CPA

As we reported in part six of our Big Changes Coming for Financial Reporting of NFP Organizations, effective for fiscal years beginning on or after December 15,

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Is It Too Late for a Governance and Financial Policy New Year’s Resolution?

By Cheryl Olson, CPA, CGMA

Now that we’re in March, many of us have given up on our New Year’s resolutions. Some of us didn’t make resolutions to begin with based on past history.

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How Unrestricted Are Your Net Assets?

One typically thinks of net assets in one of three categories: unrestricted, temporarily restricted, or permanently restricted. Organizations with endowments are very familiar with the concept of comparing the organization’s permanently restricted net asset balance to the related investment balance,

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