Labor shortages are hitting nonprofits harder than most industries. Strategies to address this challenge don’t have to include higher wages; there are several other potential options, like culture, recruiting, contract workers, tax credits, and more.
Election years can create uncertainty for nonprofits, even off-years and midterm elections. This article explores factors that are impacting nonprofits and what they can do to stay ahead of changing legislative priorities.
A small Virginia nonprofit thought they were doing all the right things in terms of cybersecurity, cyber insurance and safety. They found out the hard way that it wasn’t enough to avoid the damage from a hacker that knew how to manipulate their weak points.
Learn about the top challenges and opportunities facing not-for-profit organizations in 2022. Topics include tax updates, the impact of new legislation, succession planning challenges, industry best practices and the importance of a robust cybersecurity program.
More organizations are using Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to help fulfill ongoing needs, like cybersecurity and outsourced accounting. Before hiring an MSP, it’s helpful to understand the top ten areas that can impact the engagement’s success.
Not-for-profit organizations may be tempted to give gift cards to employees, volunteers, or those in need, but they need to be mindful of IRS de minimis fringe benefits rules, among other gift card considerations.
On March 19, 2021, the Office of Management and Budget issued a memo directing federal agencies to delay, by six months, the deadline for recipient organizations to submit Single Audits. The new deadlines are September 30, 2021 and March 31, 2022.
Non-public schools have an opportunity to apply for federal funding through the Emergency Assistance to Non-Public Schools (EANS) Program. Virginia participates in this program, but administrators should act quickly as the funds are limited.
The American Rescue Plan Act's changes to the Paycheck Protection Program make it easier for more not-for-profit organizations to receive funding – but as of now, the deadline to apply for PPP funds remains March 31.
NFPs have always been adept at achieving great outcomes with few resources. This strength was put to the test even more in the past year. Whether an organization received extra funding or not, proper governance and fiscal oversight are more important than ever.