Jitasa Nonprofit Blog

Held Accountable: Scams, Theft, and Generally Bad Behavior

We trust accountants to keep our money safe, to help guide us in directions that are good for our future. As a nonprofit organization, you probably trust your accountant with a lot of valuable information, both for clients and internal business operations. Your accountant fills a vital role, so when...

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Accounting for the Future: The Profession in 20 Years

If you’re a nonprofit organization, an accountant, or some combination of the two, you spend a lot of time thinking about the future. What will it look like in five, ten, or twenty years? Chances are, you’ve got growth on the brain, and you’re doing a bit of planning for...

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3 Easy Ways to Build a Better, Stronger Nonprofit Board

The role of the nonprofit board is an important one, often underutilized is an era of “just get things done”. In reality, your nonprofit board exists to do just that and, with a little guidance, can elevate your nonprofit in terms of work, dedication to mission, and fundraising capability. To...

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Providing Client Records: What You Need To Know

In light of a recent decision by a federal judge mandating that President Trump’s accounting firm hand over his records (and President Trump’s subsequent appeal), you may be wondering what privacy an accounting firm can offer--who, if anyone, can gain access to your records? What exactly does this process look...

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A Nonprofit Board’s Guide to Risk Management

Nonprofit organizations are heavily reliant on the help of their nonprofit board. From fundraising to daily tasks, a nonprofit board can fulfill a variety of responsibilities, and offer new perspectives and valuable leadership to an organization. Often, nonprofit organizations rely on their boards for help planning the future--assessing risks and...

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