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Talk of Tax

December 8th, 2017 by Chris Orange Here on the LobbyBlog we’ve been keeping a firm eye on the implications on-going tax-code negotiations have been having across the lobbying community, last week discussing its impact on the renewable energy sector, but a report from Public Citizen last week has shorn light on the scale of importance it hasRead more ›

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For Republicans: No More Moore

By: Richard E. Cohen, Chief Author, The Almanac of American Politics The victory by Democrat Doug Jones in the Alabama Senate contest was disastrous for Republicans. But the alternative likely would have been much worse for the GOP. First, their bad news: Most notably, Senate Republicans lost a seat, which will reduce their majority to 51-49.Read more ›

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The Nonprofit Finance Department of the Future

The nonprofit finance department of the future is mobile, agile, and insightful.  The nonprofit finance department of the future has arrived today. The continued evolution of cloud based software tools has created an unparalleled opportunity for nonprofit organizations to better leverage staff through creating efficiency by reducing reliance on manual processes and spreadsheets. These toolsRead more ›

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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. Given the amountRead more ›

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