If your non-profit organization has been receiving generous donations from a single donor, whether a corporation, family trust, or philanthropist, you may reach the tipping point between being a public charity and a private foundation.
Gifts or donations given to your organization are synonymously referred to as contributions or in-kind contributions. In this blog we will offer procedures that will help you set your financials up well and strengthen your relationships with donors and the community you serve.
Not-for-profit organizations are mission-focused and often employ scrappy teams who work in multiple roles with the passion of the cause. However, if your organization grows, it may be worth more to your team to focus on your strength zones and not on keeping your own accounting records.
Although Indiana’s not-for-profit organizations play a huge role in making our state a valuable place to live and do business, their tax reporting requirements can be a major hassle to completing their respective missions. We tried to make it easier in this reference guide for 2019.
HUD loans finance many non-profit-seeking properties across the country, all of which are dedicated to the mission of providing safe, affordable housing for members of at-risk communities. The agreements drawn up for non-profit HUD properties include the calculation of surplus cash, which may sound like cash that can be used to upgrade the property’s facilities,…