Monthly Archives: July 2017

Nonfinancial Data – The Train We Don’t See Coming

Nonprofits spend a lot of time and energy reviewing financial data.  Accounting departments are staffed, monthly financial statements are generated, Finance Committees meet regularly, annual independent audits of the financial statements are performed, and Audit Committees provide general oversight.  In the majority of nonprofits, the accounting function is the most scrutinized area.

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We Give Thanks To The Chief Financial Officers Who Are Advancing Our Profession

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. There is nothing better than time spent with family, friends, and good food. As we prepare to gather and give thanks, let’s take a minute to be thankful for the rapid evolution of the accounting profession and for those who are leading the charge. We are thankful for the Chief Financial Officers and other financial professionals whose forward thinking benefits their organizations.

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