Recruiting, training, and retaining competent, engaged board members are critical to mission fulfillment for a not-for-profit.
By starting with specific outcomes in mind in their budgeting process, not-for-profits can make themselves more attractive to detail-oriented, impact-driven donors.
Working together can help like-minded not-for-profits reduce redundancies in pursuit of their goals. This case study shows how.
The guidance aims to help organizations strengthen their resilience as they are faced with frequent and severe ESG-related risks ranging from extreme weather to product safety recalls.
An expert on large-company CFO searches shares insights into where executives are coming from and more in this podcast episode.
Rian Powell explains the right questions to ask during job interviews to assess candidates’ soft skills.
CPAs who need to evaluate new or existing retirement plans can use these questions to analyze and determine best practices for plan sponsors.
North American CFOs are dealing with rapid technology changes and the need to retrain workers in the quest to continue finance transformation.
Hear more about companies’ hiring plans and profit projections from the third-quarter Business & Industry Economic Outlook Survey.
Tariffs, rising interest rates, and difficulty finding workers are not enough to slow projected growth, according to a survey of finance decision-makers.
A strong or weak commitment to addressing risks may be an indicator of management’s focus on financial reporting risks.
Mike Whitmire, co-founder and CEO of FloQast, discusses best practices for the month-end close.
Two new salary guides show higher pay benchmarks for accountants in several locations in California and the Northeast.
This article discusses some red flags experienced forensic accountants look for, and advice for ways to ferret out and prevent wrongdoing.
A smart contract is an electronic agreement that uses computer programming and blockchain technology to execute without third parties.
Staffing problems are a challenge in a hot economy.
Rising costs and prices were among the concerns.
A board of directors can promote ethical behavior throughout an organization by prioritizing corporate culture, watching for red flags, and setting clear expectations.
Public benefit corporations aim to create value for all stakeholders. Finance professionals can help in the creation and management of these increasingly common enterprises.
Patagonia's commitment to specificity now provides a backbone for some of the company's boldest decisions.