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Moving on From the Pandemic: The New Nonprofit Environment

For nonprofits that managed to persist in the face of the pandemic, now is the time to switch focus from surviving to thriving, writes Evgeny Redjebov in a new article for Forbes. This means pursuing new digital approaches, adopting data-driven strategies, and developing an adaptive working environment. Click here to learn more.

The Worsening Impact of the Nonprofit Workforce Crisis

The nonprofit sector is experiencing a workforce crisis—and others suffer as a result. Labor shortages in the nonprofit arena result in delays and loss of services for the members of the public whom they serve, explains a recent article published by the National Council of Nonprofits. In 2021, the organization published a report on the .....

Creating the Space for Nonprofit Boards to See Solutions

Burnout and stress among nonprofit board members is a big issue; likewise, complacency and risk-averseness that develops after years of the same service are a threat to a nonprofit’s success. In a recent article from the Stanford Social Innovation Review, former nonprofit CEO John Hagan discusses his experience with serving on—and eventually quitting—a nonprofit board .....

Employee Spotlight – Duncan Rae

It’s your time to shine Who is your favorite author?  What is the best book you’ve read? I’m not an avid reader, unfortunately, so I don’t really have a favorite author. My favorite book that I’ve read outside of school would probably be “Drive: The Story of My Life” by Bob Ryan and Larry Bird, .....

The IRS is Auditing Fewer Returns than Ever

One of the perennial fears of taxpayers is getting audited by the IRS. Financially, few scenarios strike such fear into hearts. However, taxpayers can probably breathe a sigh of relief – at least for now. This is because the rate at which the IRS is initiating audits of individual taxpayers is dropping like a stone. .....

How Businesses Can Mitigate Inflation & Maintain Pricing Power

Whether it’s tariffs, trade wars, or post-pandemic inflation caused by kink-ridden supply chains and what many experts believe to be excess money printing, inflation is an insidious drag on businesses’ operations. When it comes to energy’s contribution to inflation, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reports that crude and natural gas prices in 2022 have .....

Stock Splits, Explained

Imagine selling slices of a large pizza. You can cut it into four even slices and charge $2 a slice. Or, you can cut it into eight even slices and charge $1 per slice. Either way, the total value of the pizza will still be $8. That’s what happens when a stock splits. Let’s say .....

4 Common Depreciation Methods and Their Uses

Depreciation is the accounting concept that evaluates an asset’s useful life. As the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) explains, depreciable property – which could include equipment, structures, means of transportation, fixtures, etc. – is examined to see how many years the purchase price can be averaged and “deducted from taxable income.” This is in contrast to .....

AI, Computer Vision, and New Leaps in Manufacturing Technology

The presence of artificial intelligence (AI) technology in the manufacturing sector will soon become ubiquitous, writes Sergio Suarez Jr. in a recent article from Industry Today. AI technology, when incorporated successfully, gives an enormous advantage to its manufacturing users. One particular AI application, computer vision, is incredibly beneficial. “From the hiring process to the plant .....

What to Look for When Purchasing a Manufacturing Operation

Resiliency and innovation are trademarks of the manufacturing sector, which makes acquiring businesses in this industry an attractive proposition. In a new article from Forbes, author Vishal Bharucha offers advice to businesspeople considering purchasing a manufacturing operation, particularly in light of the post-pandemic environment. Click here to learn about Bharucha’s hallmarks of a good manufacturing .....