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Nonprofit Accounting, Budgeting, Forecasting & Financial Reporting Articles & Information

Goal Setting and Excellent Execution for Nonprofits. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 2.12

Summary: In any nonprofit organization, it is important to stay focused and working toward a specific goal. You must analyze your organization’s situation to understand what objectives and goals require the most amount of attention. Once your goals are set in place, execution comes into play. In today’s Podcast, Stephen Halasnik speaks with consultant and […]

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Taking the First Step for a Capital Campaign in 2021

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The term “capital campaign” was originally associated with brick-and-mortar efforts, such as fundraising for buildings and facilities. However, capital campaigns are actually organized fundraising efforts designed to help nonprofits achieve long-term financial support, not just for bricks and mortar. Why are capital campaigns often the preferred method of fundraising? Because they offer widespread benefits with […]

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Mystery Solved: Finding the Best Nonprofit Accounting Software

Mystery Solved: Finding the Best Nonprofit Accounting Software Searching for accounting software for your nonprofit organization can be a tricky process if you’re not sure what to look for. Oftentimes, nonprofits end up using multiple products with different features to meet the unique needs of their organizations, but you shouldn’t have to piece together various […]

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Successful Nonprofit Project Management Tools & Strategies

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Most nonprofit organizations are tackling multiple major projects at one time while simultaneously keeping the day to day running. Fundraising, programs, communications, marketing, and so on each have their own due dates for projects at the same time. If all team members and stakeholders aren’t working together, some due dates for one component of the […]

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Is this Pandemic the Best Time to Plan for a Nonprofit? Nonprofit MBA Podcast 2.6

Today’s Guest: Jay Vogt from Peoplesworth Today, I am excited to be speaking with Jay Vogt. He is an organizational development consultant with a core competency in facilitation and specialization in facilitating large groups. He has over 35 years of experience working with entrepreneurial nonprofits and mission-driven businesses. Jay founded People’s Worth, a private practice […]

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How Much Money Should a Nonprofit Have In the Bank?

How much money can a nonprofit have in a bank

A nonprofit organization comes with a few unique implications. A nonprofit organization’s purpose is to provide support for a cause and because of that, it receives a tax exemption for its revenue because of the good it does for our nation. A common misconception is that a nonprofit can not hold any funds at the […]

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11 Attributes of Nonprofit Executive Leadership Excellence

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Executive leadership at Nonprofit organizations can be very rewarding because it provides hope for and awareness of your passion. However, a Nonprofit to be successful, a nonprofit executive needs to manage, motivate, and inspire their team. The Executive Director carries a lot of responsibility and therefore must not only be able to lead but also […]

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Great Solutions for a Nonprofit Budget Deficit

Nothing scares an executive more than seeing a nonprofit budget deficit. You could be doing everything right. However, there could be hiccups in cash flow, an unexpected expense, or a change in the economy. Nonprofit budgeting is challenging because the margin of error is so tight! Take a deep breath, understand the problem and begin […]

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