If your nonprofit isn’t using timesheets, then it should be. In this article, Outsourced Services Manager Roberto Terrell explains the importance of tracking employee time for nonprofits and how it can be leveraged to better manage budgets, increase efficiency, and maximize programmatic impact.
We are very excited to announce the release of our new corporate video which provides an inside look at Tate & Tryon, what we do and our commitment to specializing in the nonprofit industry.
Check out highlights from Tate & Tryon’s 2019 Nonprofit Insights Conference held on January 18th at the National Housing Center in Washington, DC.
In this audio podcast, Tax Principal Debbie Kosnett and Senior Tax Manager Lisa Heller discuss what you need to know about the new unrelated business income silo rules.
How much revenue should go into reserves and when should it be used? Many association boards have grappled with this question and, ultimately, incorporated a key principle: A well-balanced reserve strategy includes elements of risk and opportunity.
Tate & Tryon is very pleased to announce that Doug Boedeker has been named Practice Leader, Audit & Tax Services. Doug is a partner in the Firm’s Audit and Assurance Services practice with more than 20 years of experience providing an audit, tax, and consulting services to nonprofit organizations.
Take a peek at these 3 Building Blocks for Building Capacity within your nonprofit finance department and organization as a whole. Achieve more timely and effective communication and collaboration between departments and empower your management team for effective decision-making.
This podcast series episode – Successful Finance Philosophies #6 – discusses what it means to be a Nonprofit CFO of the Year Award Recipient
This podcast series episode – Successful Finance Philosophies #5 – discusses effective communication with the Board and the Finance team.
For any nonprofit organization, uncovering fraud long after the fact can be a disappointing ending to what could have been a great story. Just take it from T&T Senior Audit Manager, John Kubichek who comes across fraud more often than he’d like. In this article, John shares his perspectives on how nonprofits can take a more proactive approach to fraud prevention and protecting their assets and mission.