Why Numbers Matter to a Nonprofit Board

For Nonprofit Boards, Numbers Are a Necessity   As a Board member for a nonprofit organization, you’re expected to attend Board meetings, monitor fundraising and management, digest reports, and help the organization determine its strategic direction. You’re also expected—and, indeed, compelled by law—to oversee the organization’s finances as part of the fiduciary responsibility of a Board….

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The Chazin Way

How can an accounting partner help your nonprofit overcome common challenges?  The world of nonprofits is comprised of many different types of organizations. All 501c organizations face challenges that are unique to the nonprofit sector. One thing that all nonprofits have in common is the need for high-level accounting and financial oversight. Not having your…

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LIVE Workshop with the Episcopal Parish Network

In a hectic world, church leaders are seeking ways to maximize efficiencies while maintaining top-level results (including finance and accounting processes). The emerging post-COVID world, finds many churches facing stretched resources – both fiscal and physical. Many lay and clergy leaders are exploring engaging outside expertise to handle accounting and finance functions, realizing the cost-savings…

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3 Keys to Being Prepared for Your Next Nonprofit Audit

For many nonprofits, going through an annual audit is like undergoing a root canal—it’s a painful, stressful, and expensive experience. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way (the audit, that is.) Through advance planning, organization, and knowledge of the audit requirements, nonprofits can embark on their annual audit with ease and…

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5 Outsourced Accounting Myths

If you’re running a nonprofit, odds are you’ve considered outsourcing all or a part of your accounting and finance function. That makes perfect sense. Outsourcing is a cost-effective way to access expert nonprofit accounting and finance resources and create a high functioning accounting and finance department. One of the common myths listed below, however, may…

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Cryptocurrency. Should Your Organization Accept It?

What is cryptocurrency? Simply put, it’s money that’s not in a physical form, otherwise known as digital money. Nonetheless, it shares some of the same characteristics of paper money in that it can be earned, used, and invested.  Why should you care? According to Gemini’s 2021 State of U. S. Crypto Report, 21.2 million adults…

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LIVE from CEEP Conference 2022

Hello! Here is an inside look at our very own Karen Sprague and Martha Huelsbeck at this year’s CEEP Conference in Atlanta. This conference is specifically for CEEP members, but we hope this can inspire you to join us at our next in-person event. Stay tuned for any future announcements. Book a Consultation Share This…

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