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Three Roles of the Nonprofit CFO That Lead to Mission Success
Whether determining how financial resources are spent or raised, clarifying organizational priorities, or building leadership—in many ways, finance determines mission success and impact.
6 Key Changes for Nonprofits in the FASB’s ASU 2016-14
FASB’s new nonprofit accounting rules take effect this year. Do you know how ASU 2016-14 will impact you?
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5 Nonprofit Financial Drivers That Are More Important Than Ever Before
We don’t know where the funding is headed but I think we can all agree that changes are coming.
The DATA Act in the Age of Transparency
Accountability and transparency drive the DATA Act’s bold promise of better spending, improved outcomes, and more efficient government.
Financial Edge NXT is Among Top Solutions Named in the 2017 Reviewers’ Choice for Fund Accounting Software by Software Advice
Financial Edge NXT, Blackbaud’s cloud accounting solution, is among the top five solutions selected in the 2017 Reviewers’ Choice for Fund Accounting Software by Software Advice—a Gartner company.
The Issue with Nonprofit Overhead and How to Change the Conversation
The real measure of a charity’s success is not in how well the return is on an investment, but rather how much that investment impacts the mission itself.
The Final Step of the Nonprofit Audit: Presenting Financial Statements to Your Board
The last step of the nonprofit audit is to present our audited financial statements and shiny, clean opinion letter to the board.
Preparing for the Annual Audit—Identifying Risks and Establishing Strong Internal Controls
Procedures and processes that serve multiple purposes (e.g. compliance and information) have a much better chance of success than doing something just because it must be done.
How Finance Can Partner with Program for Audit Success