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.
For any nonprofit organization, ensuring the quality and completeness of the audit committee charter is key to effective board governance. Check out these 5 helpful tips for strengthening your audit committee charter that can help even a great audit committee to govern even better.
5 Suggestions to Perfect Your Audit Committee Charter
1. INCORPORATE ALL YOUR STATE […]
This podcast series episode – Successful Finance Philosophies #4 – discusses the Changing Role of the Nonprofit CFO
This podcast series episode – Successful Finance Philosophies #3 – discusses approach to taking organization focus from numbers to bigger-picture strategy.
The IRS has issued long-awaited guidance regarding the calculation of unrelated business taxable income (“UBTI”) for exempt organizations under the new tax law. Although it is considered interim guidance, taxpayers may rely on the guidance given here until proposed regulations are issued.
Plan compliance doesn’t need to be a barrier to offering a 401(k) plan to employees. Thanks to advances in technology, many 401(k) service providers are well-equipped to run the plan while you tend to your business’s needs. Establishing and maintaining a 401(K) plan that is compliant with federal regulations is demystified with this overview of necessary steps.
This podcast series episode – Successful Finance Philosophies #2 – covers the CFO’s role as the organizational strategist and the importance of an effective partnership between the finance function and the management team and Board.
IRS will no longer require donor reporting for non-501(c)(3) exempt organizations.
Beginning next year, non-501(c)(3)’s will no longer be required to disclose donor names and addresses on the Form 990 Schedule B. This change, recently announced by the IRS in Rev. Proc. 2018-38, will be effective for Forms 990 […]