In September, The Nonprofit Center will start its next academic year for nonprofit professionals seeking to advance themselves and organizations. We invite you to take charge of your future. Check our website later in August to read descriptions and register for classes and certificate programs.
Few nonprofit managers come into their roles with expertise in finances. But to effectively manage an organization or a program, every nonprofit manager has to develop basic skills and an understanding of the fundamentals of nonprofit financial management. That encompasses financial reporting, internal controls, knowledge of key accounting responsibilities, legal considerations, sustainability, potential taxation issues.
For the second consecutive week I’m blogging on research findings about money. Ever since the science of charity became popularized in the 1990s, the nonprofit sector has been interested in unders… Read more
For most nonprofits, it’s either the beginning, or the last quarter, of the fiscal year. Either way, it’s the time when we’re thinking even more than usual about our money. Surplus or defici… Read more
Those of you who are regular readers of this blog know that I am a huge fan of language. I pay a lot of attention to the words people use, their written and spoken grammar, the idiosyncrasies of reg… Read more