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Posted by Jill Johnson on June 14, 2019
“Collective impact” projects can succeed in ways that simply aren’t available to individual nonprofit organizations, but these cross-sector initiatives can be complicated and time-consuming.
Posted by Sarah Hopkins on June 14, 2019
In many cases, your nonprofit is allowed to allocate costs between fundraising and other functions as long as you meet three joint activities criteria. What are they?
Posted by Stephanie Wilkinson on June 14, 2019
Many people have long recognized and cherished the emotional support available from their pets. An emerging category of service animal is a psychiatric service dog.
Posted by Thomas Burns on June 13, 2019
The IRS recently expanded two existing programs for tax-qualified retirement plans — the Employee Plans Compliance Resolution System (EPCRS) and the determination letter (DL) program for individually designed plans.
Posted by Peter DeSabio on June 12, 2019
Your whistleblower policy should be tailored to your nonprofit’s unique circumstances, but there are several provisions that belong in every policy.
Posted by Cathleen Karpik on June 12, 2019
If you’ve analyzed your nonprofit’s condition and determined that it won’t survive another year, disclose your doubts in your organization’s financial statements. We explain the process.