Investing in new tech can be difficult, stressful, and expensive. These tips can help your nonprofit make a responsible choice.
Our nonprofit accounting clients are kicking off the summer with celebrations, conferences, and special events.
The best way to keep your financial records organized and updated is by sticking to a set schedule for recurring tasks.
Before your nonprofit begins fundraising, you need to make sure you are properly registered to solicit donations in that state.
From honoring nurses to supporting schools, there are so many things you can do this month to help support the work of not-for-profit organizations.
Are you and your accountant speaking different languages? Brush up on your nonprofit accounting terminology!
Virtual CFO services can be a cost-effective way to navigate tricky staffing problems, to expand your organization’s resources, and to bring your focus back where it belongs.
Wondering how to select an accountant for your nonprofit organization? Accountants come with many different education levels, certifications, and specialties. Here’s how to choose one that’s right for you.
Spring is a great time to volunteer with a nonprofit organization! In this month’s Nonprofit Roundup, we’re talking about indoor and outdoor volunteer opportunities, as well as other ways to protect our planet and conserve our natural resources.
Intuit recently introduced new usage limits for QuickBooks Online Plus, along with a new, enhanced version of QBO for users who exceed the usage limits on their chart of accounts, classes, locations, or users.
Freshen up your fundraising!
Keep track of your grants and simplify your financial reporting by using Class tracking in QBO.
Sponsorships and advertising are treated very differently by the IRS. If your nonprofit organization isn’t careful, you might wind up with additional tax complications that you weren’t expecting.
What’s new in the nonprofit world this month?
The bad news: Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, nonprofit are subject to new taxes and penalties on employee parking benefits. The good news: You may be able to reduce or remove this tax and avoid penalties - but you must take action by March 31, 2019!
Spending too much time on mindless data entry? There’s a better way. Use technology to your advantage by automating your accounting process.
Volunteer, intern, contractor, or employee? Navigating labor laws can be tricky for nonprofit organizations that rely on a wide variety of staff and volunteers.
Brr, it’s cold out there! Our nonprofit clients are keeping busy during the cold days of February by preparing for upcoming events, conferences, and training sessions.
Whether you’re talking tennis or nonprofit management, minimizing unforced errors is the key to winning the game.
Nonprofit private schools - like Waldorf schools and Montessori schools - have their own unique accounting needs and complexities.