Finance Fundamentals for Nonprofits Building Capacity and Sustainability

ISBN-10: 1118004515

ISBN-13: 9781118004517

Edition: 2011

Authors: Woods Bowman

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Book details

Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 8/26/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 224
Size: 6.30" wide x 9.25" long x 0.84" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction: How Nonprofits Are (and Are Not) Like Businesses
What Are Nonprofits?
Why Are There Nonprofits?
Nonprofits as Businesses
Advantages and Disadvantages of Being Nonprofit
This Book's Agenda
Concluding Thoughts
Accounting: Measuring Past Performance
Basis of Accounting and Audits
Statement of Financial Position
Statement of Activities
Other Statements and Notes
What to Look For
Irs Form 990
Concluding Thoughts
Investing: Looking to the Future
Investing
Endowment
Values-Centered Investing
Concluding Thoughts
Appendix
Budgeting: Taking Control of the Present
Budgeting Practices
Budget Structure
Reconciling Budgets and Financial Statements
Reconciling Budgets and IRS Form 990
Concluding Thoughts
Nonprofits in History and Tax Law: Why Nonprofits Do What They Do
Classification
Unrelated Business Income Tax
Intermediate Sanctions
Lobbying and Political Action
State Law
Concluding Thoughts
Ordinary Service Providers: Serving the Public Today
Long-Term Objective: Maintaining Services
Short-Term Objective: Resilience
Current Objective: Paying Bills
Application
Benchmarking
Concluding Thoughts
Appendix
Membership Associations: Serving People with a Common Purpose
Membership Associations
Cooperatives
Capacity and Sustainability
Two Applications
Concluding Thoughts
Appendix: ASAE/CAL Metrics of Financial Capacity for Membership Associations
Endowed Service Providers: Serving the Next Generation, Too
Introduction
Long-Term Objective: Maintaining Services
Short-Term Objective: Resilience
Current Objective: Paying Bills
Application: Famous University
Building an Endowment
Concluding Thoughts
Grantmaking Organizations; Serving Service Providers
Foundation Types
Financing Models
Capacity and Sustainability
Illustrations
Concluding Thoughts
Appendix: S&P Metrics of Financial Capacity for Grantmakers
Revenue Sources
Theories of Revenue Compensation
Application
Unfair Competition
Concluding Thoughts
The Nonprofit Difference: Doing Good Well
Control Environment
Being Businesslike
Concluding Thoughts
Notes
Glossary
References
About the Web Site
About the Author
Index
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