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5 Helpful Tips to Run a Productive Board Meeting

Oct 11, 2018 9:00:00 AM / by Adeline Englehart posted in board of directors, nonprofit board, leadership, Management, non-profit

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How Sevetri Wilson uses leadership skills to help her company do good

Jul 2, 2018 9:00:00 AM / by Courtney Pellegrini posted in Management, leadership, #SevetriWilson

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Choosing a Legal Form for Your Organization

Jun 12, 2018 8:00:00 AM / by Annie Asher posted in Management

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One of the most important and sometimes challenging steps of starting a nonprofit is choosing a name. Nonprofit tax expert Philip Hackney answers questions about choosing a legal form for your organization. Read more to learn how to protect your name, and your organization.

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Where should my nonprofit be looking for money?

May 28, 2018 8:00:00 AM / by Annie Asher posted in Management

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A majority of a nonprofit's profit comes from fees for services and goods. Read more to learn about the 6 other facets where money comes in. 

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What is Nonprofit Tax-Exemption, and why is it important?

May 18, 2018 8:00:00 AM / by Courtney Pellegrini posted in Management, tax exempt status

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After becoming incorporated, the next step a nonprofit should take is to become tax-exempt. Doing so can save your company thousands of dollars. Learn more about what it means to become tax-exempt and why it is important. 

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Why Nonprofits Need to Make a Profit

May 8, 2018 8:00:00 AM / by Courtney Pellegrini posted in Management

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It's a common misconception that nonprofits do not generate or need to make a profit. In reality, it is quite necessary. Learn more about how nonprofits are mostly corporations.

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Six Things to Know When Establishing Nonprofit Expectations

Aug 30, 2017 3:58:14 PM / by ExemptMeNow! posted in Management

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Before you’ve established the type of entity that would best suit your tax-exempt organization, before you’ve filed your Form 1023, before you’ve even put together your board, non-profits need to set clear expectations. Taking time during the early days of your nonprofit to set realistic goals, define roles, and a make budget plan will prevent misunderstandings that lead to burnout and dissatisfied stakeholders.

Establish a clear, common mission statement

We mentioned this last week and it’ll come up again. That’s because at the core of any successful endeavor is a crystal clear statement of what your organization intends to accomplish. All other expectations hinge on first establishing a common mission.

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Cultivating trust in the early days of your nonprofit

Aug 25, 2017 3:46:56 PM / by ExemptMeNow! posted in Management

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 A nonprofit’s most valuable commodity is trust, especially during the early years of a startup when tangible resources may be limited.

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