Why Nonprofits Should be Paying Attention to the Blue Ribbon Panel

Posted By Jonathan D. Moll, CPA The Blue Ribbon Panel on Standard Setting for Private Companies – I know, it’s a mouthful. And unless you’re in the small (but extremely gifted) portion of the population that perceives all of life’s moments as a series of debits and credits, I probably lost you after “Standard”. But this is kind of a … Continued

Is Your Organization Prepared to Weather the Storm?

Posted By Jonathan D. Moll, CPA The experts can’t seem to agree on whether or not the current economic crisis is ending, just beginning, or if we’re stuck in the middle of it. However, everybody agrees that there is a need for nonprofit organizations to establish a “rainy day fund” that will help them continue to serve their clients and … Continued

Should We Be Considering Interest Rate Swaps?

By Jonathan D. Moll, CPA Last Sunday, I decided to take advantage of what could potentially be the last warm and sunny weekend day of the year and cleaned out our garage. Not that I had aspirations of actually creating enough room to fit a car,  but I felt sorry for my 4-year-old son, who had to park his bicycle … Continued