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Supporting Your Faith with Fiscal Accountability


I am so much more comfortable with how our finances are now being handled. Thanks for your help!

Dr. Randy T. Hodges, Senior Pastor
Hernando Church of the Nazarene

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Build a better nonprofit board with term limits

Are your not-for-profit’s board members subject to term limits? If not, you might want to consider implementing what’s widely considered a best practice. Some board members lose enthusiasm for the job over time or might even become ineffective or disruptive. Negative attitudes at the board level can easily trickle down and harm your organization’s programs […]

Clean energy credits: what you need to know!

Harnessing the Power of Clean Energy Credits: A Guide for Tax-Exempt Entities Under the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA), tax-exempt entities have a unique opportunity to benefit from clean energy tax credits. In this blog, we’ll delve into what you need to know about claiming and receiving these valuable credits. The Impact of the […]

Cut taxes by reimbursing expenses with an accountable plan

If you’re looking for another way to attract and retain staffers that won’t bust your nonprofit’s budget, consider offering an accountable plan. It’s an easy and low-cost way to reimburse employees for out-of-pocket expenses free from income and employment taxes. Let’s take a look. Reasonable reimbursements Accountable plan reimbursement payments aren’t subject to income or employment […]

Make fundraising a year-round commitment

If your not-for-profit focuses all of its fundraising energy on the holiday season and end of the year, it’s not misguided. After all, 26% of charitable giving to nonprofits occurs in December, according to the 2023 M+R Benchmarks Study. But that means almost three quarters of annual donations need to be obtained during the rest of […]