Nonprofit Organizations Articles
Posted by on May 02, 2017
On average, a company is likely to lose more money from a scheme in which the financial statements are falsified or manipulated than from any other type of occupational fraud incident. Here’s what’s at stake when employees “cook the books.”
Posted by Sherry DelleBovi on May 02, 2017
Like keeping up an exercise routine, controlling costs takes an ongoing effort. You need to not only review expenses at the new year, but also commit yourself to doing so regularly. Here are some key points to keep in mind.
Posted by Jonathan Urban on April 27, 2017
Online giving is a fast-growing segment of fundraising for not-for-profits. This article takes a look at how this “new and improved” method of raising money is expanding and five ways it can benefit your organization.
Posted by Louis Cercone Jr. on April 26, 2017
Here’s some guidance compiled by the IRS on valuing S corporations that extends beyond valuation prepared for tax purposes, as well as an explanation as to how tax reform proposals might change investors’ perceptions of pass-through entities in the future.
Posted by Robert Torella on April 17, 2017
Look for opportunities now to increase revenue from existing sources or tap into new ones.