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Regrouping and Restrategizing in the Post-pandemic Nonprofit Sector

In light of the coronavirus pandemic and the enormous impact it had on the nonprofit sector, now is the time for organizations in this area to reevaluate and reconstruct their strategic visions. They should especially consider how to more thoroughly incorporate the advice and guidance of a CPA into their operations, writes David Rottkamp in .....

New Laws May Affect Nonprofit Giving

If passed, two potential pieces of federal legislation currently working their way through Congress could have big repercussions on the nonprofit sector. Author Mark Hrywna, in a new article published by The NonProfit Times, details how policies included in two infrastructure bills could impact donor support. For details on key policy items, including the Universal .....

Supporting Nonprofit Leaders

You are probably well aware that burnout is a big problem for nonprofits, particularly for leaders. According to Tiloma Jayasinghe, author of an article recently published by Nonprofit Quarterly, both nonprofit boards of directors and philanthropists can play a direct role in protecting the leaders of their organizations from becoming burned out. Click here to .....

Creating Sound Technology Policies for Your Virtual Team

When teams move to a virtual work environment, the technology solutions that they use in order to get their jobs done become more important than ever. As such, it is vital that organizational leaders be very aware and active when it comes to choosing, implementing, and creating policies for the technologies that their team uses. .....

Employee Spotlight – Cassidy Huckins

It’s your time to shine Who is your favorite author?  What is the best book you’ve read? Greenlights by Matthew Mconaughey What is your favorite movie and/or TV show? *Stepbrothers What did you want to be when you were growing up? A Veterinarian What hobbies do you have? Golfing, boxing, snowmobiling, & coaching field hockey .....

How to Develop a Hybrid Work Policy Post-Pandemic

According to a Prudential survey, 87 percent of respondents said they would prefer to work remotely at least one day per week. This is compared to 13 percent of respondents preferring to work at the office all the time. The same survey found that one-third of respondents would not want to work for a business .....

How Will Uncertain Inflation Outlook Impact Stock Market?

The June 16 Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting Q&A session with Chairman Jay Powell and recent comments from The Fed have signaled two potential inflation rate hikes in 2023. Two days later, James Bullard, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, signaled there could be a rate hike as soon as 2022. .....

How Businesses Can Harness Demand Forecasting

According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, consumer spending has seen some interesting trends over the first half of 2021. May was flat, April was at 0.9 percent, March was 5.0 percent, and February was at 1.0 percent. With varied consumer spending statistics as the nation comes out of the pandemic, businesses need to get .....

HSA: Save it for Retirement

According to Fidelity Investments, the average 65-year-old couple retiring today will need about $300,000 for out-of-pocket healthcare expenses during retirement. And that doesn’t even include long-term care. One way to help pay for this enormous cost is to open a health savings account (HSA), which is a savings and investment vehicle designed to help people .....

It is Definitely Time to Go Digital

The coronavirus pandemic made very clear to manufacturers something of which they were probably already aware: it is time to go digital. In a recent article from Industry Today, authors Steve Pillsbury and David Petrucci explain why manufacturers need to embrace new technology in order to meet demand and maximize their profitability. The authors delve .....