Jitasa Nonprofit Blog

Corporate to Community: Supporting Career Transitions

There are a variety of factors that influence career change, and these can vary within generations. For millennials and beyond, career fulfillment ranks highly in the list of things that make a job a great and long term fit. For some, this means a switch from the corporate world to...

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IRS Faces Scrutiny After Nonprofit Rule Change

In July of 2018, the IRS removed a requirement that said certain tax-exempt organizations had to report the names and addresses of contributors on tax forms sent to the IRS (Revenue Procedure 2018-38). The change met some opposition, and people argued that it may convolute the system, allowing “dark money”...

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Understanding Ownership for Nonprofit and For-Profit Business

Humans tend to be very stuck on the idea of ownership. We need to know who owns everything, from the homes we visit to the stores we shop in. For traditional businesses, this setup looks a little different than for nonprofits. If you’ve ever wondered who owns a nonprofit, the...

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5 Steps to Set Your Fundraising Campaign Up for Success

Your nonprofit has big goals for your next fundraising campaign. Whether you’re developing a new project to serve your community or creating a new space in which to accomplish your good work, you understand that your organization’s future will be shaped largely by the success of your campaign. To achieve...

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Don’t be Accrual (to a heart that’s true)

All puns aside, accrual accounting and budgeting are the bread and butter of accounting, and so important to the successful nonprofit. For many small and midsize organizations, operations continue on a modified accrual basis, which means cash until year-end adjustments for accrual happen.

If this sounds complicated, don’t despair--there are only...

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