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When should you reconsider a special event?

Not-for-profits use special events to raise large amounts in a short period of time. Most often, the donor ...
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Back-to-school time means a tax break for teachers

When teachers are setting up their classrooms for the new school year, it’s common for them to pay ...
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Are payroll cards the right call for your organization?

Payroll costs are a natural and unavoidable consequence of being an employer. But this doesn’t mean you can’t ...
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Make a licensing agreement work for your nonprofit

Licensing your not-for-profit’s name to a for-profit company can provide a valuable new revenue source — but it ...
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Stop your trade secrets from walking out the door

Trade secrets are among the most critical yet often overlooked assets of any organization. And they aren’t always ...
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Nonprofits should be prepared for sudden outpouring of support

Americans gave unprecedented sums to charity in response to the devastating hurricanes last year. Large organizations, such as ...
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Keep an eye out for extenders legislation

The pieces of tax legislation garnering the most attention these days are the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act ...
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Why employers are taking another look at life insurance as a fringe benefit

In their continuing effort to assemble the most enticing employee benefits package possible, some employers are showing renewed ...
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Steering your nonprofit through its growth stage

A not-for-profit’s growth stage generally starts two or three years after formation and continues until maturity at around ...
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Congratulations Kelli Clausel!

Congratulations to Kelli Clausel from our Chattanooga for passing the CPA exams! Time to celebrate!!!  
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