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Successful Finance Philosophies Ep. 6 – Being a Nonprofit CFO Award Recipient

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In the final part of our Successful Finance Philosophies video series, prior year Nonprofit CFO of the Year award winners Eileen Frazier, COO of the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington and Jason Daisey, EVP and COO of WETA discuss their experiences as an Honoree and what the award has meant for them both professionally and personally.

Successful Finance Philosophies Ep. 5 – Communicating with the Team and the Board

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In part 5 of our Successful Finance Philosophies video series, prior year Nonprofit CFO of the Year award winners Eileen Frazier, COO of the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington and Jason Daisey, EVP and COO of WETA share their thoughts and strategies on communicating effectively with their internal teams and the Board.

Outsourced Accounting Touchdown! Game Plan for Success

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In the world of football, the playbook contains the strategy and plan for winning the game. It requires careful preparation and skillful execution, a devotion to hard work and discipline, and a desire to be better and climb higher.  Tate & Tryon’s Roberto Terrell is well acquainted with what it takes.  As a former college […]

IMPACT – Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) and NYC Nonprofits

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NYC Comptroller Weighs in on Tax Reform’s Impact on NYC Non-profits
By Eric Owens, Tax Senior
 
Last month, New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer released a report regarding how the new federal tax law, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”), may impact New York City’s non-profit sector. The report focuses on three areas […]

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