The IRS and the North Carolina Charitable Solicitation License Section of the Secretary of State’s Office both require specific information in the acknowledgments nonprofits provide to their donors. Read more.
There are important due dates that calendar year-end nonprofit organizations need to remember. Read more for a complete list of nonprofit deadline reminders.
Is your non-profit’s annual appeal campaign struggling to produce the desired results? If so, 2023 may be a great time for your non-profit to consider making updates to amplify annual appeal efforts. Read more.
Changes to the accounting standards, ASC 840 to ASC 842, will be changing the way leases are presented on the financial statements. Read more by clicking above.
Bookkeeping is an essential component of any company, including nonprofits. Is it better to have in-house bookkeeping, or to outsource? Read more about how to make this important decision.
There are several action items to complete to ensure you are following all laws and regulations to set up a nonprofit in the state of North Carolina. Read more about the steps you should follow.
Volunteers are an integral part of many nonprofit organizations. Volunteers are typically one of the biggest sources of support, and this comes with both rewards and risks to the nonprofit organization. Click above to learn more.
As a nonprofit, donations are vitally important, both from a revenue standpoint and for nurturing donor relationships. But should you accept ALL donations extended to your nonprofit? Read more by clicking above.
Each state has legislation regarding the number of allowed raffles and the limits for the value of raffle prizes. In North Carolina, raffles are limited by law to four per year for a nonprofit organization. Read more by clicking above.
A nonprofit organization typically relies heavily on its donors to operate on a daily basis. Therefore, it is important for a nonprofit to have an understanding of why donors give to organizations. Click above to learn more.