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Daniel Figueredo
Partner, Assurance
Leader, Nonprofit Group
(415) 288-6284

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Senior Manager, Assurance Services, Nonprofit Group
(925) 296-1014

Shannon Silverman
Senior Manager, Assurance Services, Nonprofit Group
(408) 961-6308

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What The New Overtime Rule Could Mean For Your Nonprofit

Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) employers must pay their employees a minimum of time-and-a-half for hours worked over the standard 40-hour work week. Traditionally, most white collar employees were exempt from this rule. But that’s about to change. Read more.

FASB’s Proposed Financial Statement Changes: A Cheat Sheet

Your nonprofit’s financial statements may look very different for fiscal years starting after December 15, 2017, than they do now. In April, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) made its final recommendations for changes to how organizations classify net assets and account for liquidity, performance and cash flows in financial statements. Although the FASB’s suggestions aren’t yet set in stone, the comment period is over and final guidance is expected to be issued before the end of 2016. Read more.

UPDATE: FASB Issues its Not-for-Profit Financial Reporting Standard

A Donation’s a Donation … Except When It’s a Gift in Kind

Some supporters give your nonprofit money, others give goods and still others give intangibles, such as use of a facility for a fundraiser. A donation’s a donation, right? Not quite. Under certain circumstances, gifts in kind and donations of services must be recorded and recognized at year end as revenue, expenses or assets. Here’s what you need to do when your nonprofit receives one of these gifts. Read more.

Carpe Diem

Use a Giving Day to Raise Money — and Awareness

Do you have plans for November 29, 2016? If that date doesn’t ring a bell, your organization probably isn’t participating in National Giving Tuesday. But considering the opportunities associated with it, maybe you should. Read more.

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