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From security and total cost of ownership to financial integrity and operational efficiency, there’s plenty for nonprofit CFOs to consider before moving critical financial data to the cloud. Luckily, our newest white paper simplifies seemingly complicated cloud software decision-making with five key considerations. Download your free copy today.

IRS Using 200 Queries To Pick Exempt Audit Targets
The flurry of post-election news, executive orders, and changing personnel in Washington, D.C., has the potential to make a nonprofit executive’s head spin. In an effort to remedy any potential confusion, and to provide a glimpse of the lay of the land on Capitol Hill, Ruth Madrigal, partner at Steptoe & Johnson; Alexander Reid, partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, LLP; and Margaret von Lienen, exempt organizations director at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) presented “Update from the IRS, Treasury & the Hill” during the recent American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Non-For-Profit Conference in National Harbor, Md
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With $30 million in potential unemployment liability mitigated last year for over 2,100 nonprofits, it’s likely that your nonprofit could be overpaying. This short 30-minute webinar reveals some of the most common unemployment & HR risks that can cost your nonprofit thousands of dollars. Register for the free webinar HERE at

6 Steps For Improving Processes
Want to streamline and improve your nonprofit’s processes? With a little forethought and planning, you can eliminate unnecessary actions that waste time and resources. Here are a few steps to help you to streamline and improve your processes:
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Reflect Your True Numbers
Nonprofit managers must make use of statistics to fundraise or make a case to supporters or skeptics. The numbers can be helpful, but they can start to take on a life of their own if users aren’t careful. In her book “Writing to Make a Difference,” Dalya F. Massachi urges nonprofit financial managers to reflect their true numbers. That is, show how the numbers make a difference. That can be done in the following ways:
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