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5 Ways To Get Schooled On Revenue Recognition
Nonprofit accounting isn’t as simple as balancing the books. Many organizations have a variety of revenue streams and properly attributing revenue to each is often a differentiator between a quality financial report and when that leads to trouble down the line. During their discussion, “Not-for-Profit Revenue Recognition Panel” at the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) 2017 Not-For-Profit Industry Conference, Richard Cole, supervising project manager for the Financial Accounting Standards Board, Stuart Miller, partner at Crowe Horwath, and Kerri Tricarico, associate vice president and controller at New York University (NYU), discussed the finer points of revenue recognition. 
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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

Expect Revenue Cycles To Overlap
The end-of-year push concludes, your organization’s fundraising team is exhausted, and it’s already time to get next year’s fundraising cycle in motion. Sound familiar?  It’s the repetition of fundraising and, unlike riding a bicycle, trends and evolving donor preferences mean that fundraising cycles aren’t necessarily easier each time you complete one.
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Join us for this FREE Webinar on Wednesday, September 13th: What Funders Want
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To Win Grants, Know Your Field
To plan a good program and make a convincing case for funding, you’ve got to know what you’re talking about. “Without a solid grounding in your field, it’s easy to recreate wheels, propose approaches that have proven to be futile, and show up at the back of the curve instead of on the cutting edge,” said Barbara Floersch, executive director of The Grantsmanship Center in Los Angeles, Calif.
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