Whether project-based or a permanent solution, having a CFO within the organization helps not-for-profits achieve financial goals. Let’s look at three distinct ways a CFO can help not-for-profits.
Awareness, along with intelligence and diligence, are needed to minimize a not-for-profit’s risk of fraud. This article highlights additional guidelines for preventing fraudulent activities within your not-for-profit.
The current economic environment begs the question: How will not-for-profits survive the pandemic?