The holidays are a great time for thinking outside of the box to find that perfect present for someone special. Many nonprofit organizations would like their donors to think outside of the box when making their end of year donations, specifically contributing appreciated securities […]
Yearly Archives: 2013
You are a nonprofit and your organization has a Code section 403(b) retirement plan But is an independent qualified plan audit required to be attached to the 5500 filing? Let’s look further into the requirements of a retirement plan to attach an independent qualified plan audit to the 5500 filing.
Have you ever wondered how many nonprofit organizations there are in the United States? Over 1.5 million! Having a strong Board is crucial for the survival of these organizations.
My son recently tried out for a traveling baseball team and after a week and a half of grueling tryouts he had to wait for their decision. With only a limited number of spots open for the upcoming season, […]
Delaware House Bill 187 – Charitable Solicitation Registration – What Your Charitable Organization Needs to Know Now!
To protect residents most states have laws requiring 501(c)(3) charitable organizations that solicit contributions from the public to register and file certain periodic reports.
Many larger nonprofit organizations or sponsoring organizations of affiliated entities provide health insurance to its employees or affiliated entity employees under self-insured health plans.
As you walk out the door on a Friday afternoon and the heat and humidity greet you, it is clear that summer has arrived.
There is a saying that whether we like it or not things must change and this year the format of audit reports are changing as a result of the AICPA’s Auditing Standards Board Clarity Project.
I recently read an article published by the National Federation of Independent Business entitled 6 Ways Small Businesses Can Give Back to Their Community.
On a daily basis nonprofit organizations, along with those they serve, face critical issues, financially and nonfinancially; however, due to common misconceptions about lobbying and 501(c)(3) organizations, many organizations fail to voice their concerns to their local legislators.