Summer is wrapping up, but these nonprofit organizations are moving full steam ahead!
Why is it so easy to fall into bad habits during the summer season?
What to do (and not to do!) to improve your nonprofit bookkeeping process.
If you're filing for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, read this first! With preparation and attention to detail, you can avoid most of the common pitfalls of applying for tax-exempt status with the IRS.
We're kicking off July with great news and exciting events from our nonprofit accounting clients!
The rulebook is always changing - are you and your organization prepared to change with it?
The Dairy Arts Center is a multi-disciplinary arts hub for live theatre, music, comedy, dance, cinema, and the fine arts in Boulder, Colorado.
Even if you lack time and formal education in accounting, you can still create meaningful financial reports to help guide your nonprofit organization.
These nonprofit organizations are finding many ways to create good this summer.
Many nonprofit organizations rely on volunteers. How can you keep your volunteers happy and engaged?
If you're not treating your Form 990 as a marketing tool, you're missing out!
There are many accounting differences between nonprofit organizations and for-profit corporations. Our handy infographic can help explain!
May is a busy month for these nonprofit organizations!
Good for the environment, good for your organization. Why should nonprofits consider transitioning to a paperless office?
Spring is full of news and events from our nonprofit accounting clients!
Make your accounting system work for you by applying built-in QBO tracking methods to your financial data.
Formed in 1904, Michigan Audubon is the oldest conservation organization in the state of Michigan. Today, the organization continues to play a critical role in the protection of birds and their native ecosystems.
The clock is ticking to adopt the new accounting standards for nonprofit organizations.
Audits are a pain. What can you do now (and throughout the year) to make it easier on yourself?
Tight budget and not enough volunteers? Try these simple tips to bring in more helping hands.