We Received a 2012 Contribution…or Did We?

Posted by Larry Gentile If you are one of the many organizations that are qualified by the IRS to receive deductible charitable contributions, then the months of December and January can be a tricky time of year – even more so if you have a December 31st year end. Deciding exactly when an organization should record contribution revenue, and when … Continued

You Just Never Know

Posted By Jenni Fleck Jones, Marketing Manager I am the marketing manager for our firm and was asked to be a guest blogger for a professional services marketing blog. As I was writing my post, I quickly realized how the topic goes far beyond the professional services industry and how it certainly applies to the nonprofit industry. The main point … Continued

Tales From the Crypt – The Story of Faith

Posted By Gregory J. Sarnecki, CPA My tale begins as I met one day with Faith, the controller for one of my clients. Faith was very put together and always seemed like she had everything under control. Her office, however, was always a mess of papers, cigarette ashes and dirty coffee cups. Faith never cleaned up her area, and she … Continued

Health Care Reform – Figuring Out What It Means To Nonprofits

Posted by Brian Snyder After an extensive amount of work and revision, the House passed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, which President Obama signed into law in March 2010. These two acts are collectively referred to as the 2010 health care reform legislation.  Health care reform has been at the … Continued