FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Based on the financial needs of your organization, the selected services will vary, but all will include time to assess how your organization works and will provide recommendations and assistance specific to your needs.

Examples of financial management you may choose may include, but are not limited to:

See below for training descriptions and contact Janeen Maxwell at 717.871.7178 or at janeen.maxwell@millersville.edu for more information.

NONPROFIT BUDGETING 101

Nonprofit finances can be daunting--even for the most knowledgable accountant--when taking into account the nuances of various grants and other funding sources. When you are new to this process, some organization-specific training can be particularly helpful to sort through issues like: How do you accurately determine how much to allocate when planning for a new fiscal year? What legal standards do you need to pay particular attention to? What systems should you have in place to ensure adequate transparency and accountability?

Topics that may be covered include but are not limited to:

    • Characteristics of a well-managed and fiscally sound agendy
    • Practical methods for managing and monitoring finances
    • Accounting, tax and legal requirements specific to nonprofits

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