What makes for a good nonprofit board?

When working with nonprofit organizations and their boards of directors, a common conversation we have revolves around what makes a board of directors a good one. Get the tools you need and understand some of the basics and best practices related to nonprofit board governance.

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Annual Nonprofit Event: Get actionable strategies for improving operations

We invite you to join us for Recharge 2023, a virtual seminar, on June 14. Our nonprofit thought leaders will delve into the top concerns for the coming year, including the Employee Retention Credit, remote worker payroll considerations, cybersecurity risks, and where to start on your ESG journey. Register now.


Higher education best practices: Gain perspective on financial aid cost transparency

A recent GAO audit of higher education institutions found colleges across the country lacking in many areas of cost transparency for students. Here are the 10 best practices for cost transparency to avoid potential future compliance issues and help prospective students make a informed decisions.


CECL provisions: Understand what they mean for nonprofits

In this installment of our series on CECL and NFPs, we look at some of the standard's main provisions, including segmenting financial assets for credit loss estimation, forecasts, and reversion. Gain an understanding of the provisions and how to apply them.


Governmental accounting: Prepare for GASB Statements 100 and 101

GASB Statement 100, Accounting Changes and Errors, and GASB Statement 101, Compensated Absences, have been approved by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board. Understand how these two new GASB statements may affect your entity.


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