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What Are Your Nonprofit’s New Year Resolutions?

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This post from last year’s been edited and reposted. You’ll stop going to Krispy Kreme….on Sundays. You’ll work out more….than zero times a week. And you’ll stop playing Candy Crush…..until 2am. So many of us are in the throes of setting resolutions for the new year. But what about nonprofits? How would those New Year […]

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The IRS 1023 Change You Should Check Out

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Good news! Unlike our good friend “Pharma Bro,” the IRS’ Exempt Orgs Group is having a few good weeks; announcing changes to the IRS 1023 and 1024 application pages. All a part of the Group’s efforts to make the process more accessible. In and of themselves, the changes aren’t ground-breaking. Now, left sidebars link to […]

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The Risk of Lawsuits and How To Manage

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Lawsuits are a cost of business. Learn about a few ways to manage the risk.

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Now You Can Consider Mission AND Profit In Foundation Investments

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Back from vacation and finally catching up. While I was gone, the IRS got all “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” on us. Well not a giant leap. Or even a leap. More like a “significant shuffle.” But they did publish a catch up with the rest of the investment world, […]

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Finish The Year With A Bang, Start Your Fundraising Checkup List

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Tis’ the season to start holiday planning. In fact, one organization I work with is doing just that while finalizing plans for its yearly fundraising finale, the annual campaign drive. But because so many new people, programs and fundraising initiatives were introduced this year I recommended a “checkup” first.  To make sure everything’s been “stirred […]

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Hire An Attorney Like A Pro

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Originally appeared on the Startup Grind. Photo Credit: Unsplash http://bit.ly/1OiLATe I see it all the time: organizations run out to buy top of the line computers, walking desks, fancy Swedish staplers – you name it. But the minute I recommend they hire an attorney there’s pause – “that’s too expensive!” Maybe they should wait until there’s more of a […]

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Should My Nonprofit Use the 1023-EZ Form?: The Pro’s and Con’s

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Not long ago the IRS released a new Application for Exemption (1023-EZ) to help with its backlog. Shorter, and filled out online, it allows certain organizations to get determination letters quicker. Typically those bringing in a small amount of revenue. But in the time leading up to, and shortly after, finalizing the form you’d thought […]

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