Month: September 2018

Four Types of Nonprofit CEO Exit Agreements

While we may not know precisely when (or how) CEOs or not-for-profit leaders transition out or retire, we do know that their exit is inevitable. And while not every exiting leader may need or require an exit agreement, it’s beneficial to understand the reasons and planning required to negotiate it — ideally far ahead of

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USPS May Limit Marketing Mail to Paper Only – Comment by 10/22

Donor-based not-for-profit organizations have a short window to comment on a recent amendment being considered by the United States Postal Service (USPS) that could greatly impact their postage budget.   The proposal would limit all USPS Marketing Mail, regular or not-for-profit, letter-sized or flat-sized; to content that is only paper-based/printed matter. No merchandise or goods of

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Increases in OMB Uniform Guidance Procurement Thresholds

By Cathy Hwang, CPA By now, all organizational recipients of federal funds or grant awards should have familiarized themselves with changes to the Uniform Guidance, issued at the end of 2014 through the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). The grace period for enhanced procurement compliance has ended, and affected organizations  need to ensure that

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