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Kyle Neeld

The Risk of Medicaid Recovery Audits

In the health and human services sector, the years-long transition in the provider claims payment system – from contracted cost to fee-for-service reimbursement – is nearly complete.  One question that provider agencies now directly billing Medicaid are asking is: “When will we start seeing recovery audits?”  While recovery audits within waivered services in the State…

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Creating a Positive Donor Event Experience

In recent years, experts have cautioned nonprofits against relying too heavily on fundraising events. As it turns out, the cost to raise a dollar through an event is much higher than other methods. Despite this scrutiny, our nonprofit clients still find success with event fundraising. While there are certainly more cost-effective ways to raise money,…

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Streamlining Fundraising Licensure Through a Single Portal Initiative

Nonprofit finance professionals often identify compliance as a significant burden that has become costlier over time, especially within the past two to three years. Ensuring compliance with the various finance-related rules and regulations that govern the sector continuously proves to be a challenge for nonprofits. It can be especially difficult for smaller organizations that depend…

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Assessing Internal Controls

Every organization needs internal controls to safeguard its assets, assure its accounting data is accurate and reliable, promote operational efficiency and encourage compliance with its prescribed policies and procedures. The start of a new year is a good time to take a fresh look at these controls to see how they measure up. A good…

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The Future of Philanthropy is Bright as Millennials Mature

Many organizations operate under the presumption that millennials are not as charitably committed compared to older generations. New research findings are challenging this misconception. Results from a recent study commissioned by Dunham+Company and conducted by Campbell Rinker found that millennials are increasing their donations and charitable commitments as they mature. In this article, we will…

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When Nonprofits are Taxed on Unrelated Business Income

While most nonprofits are operated primarily to be tax exempt, it doesn’t mean they won’t pay business income tax. When nonprofits generate income on unrelated activities, this can result in that

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Is Your Payroll Service Provider Really Remitting Your Taxes?

At a recent client board meeting I was asked how an organization would know if their payroll service provider was remitting the payroll taxes on their behalf. In light of recent press coverage about a municipality and other organizations whose payroll service providers did not remit the payroll taxes, it got me thinking about how…

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Our Annual Business Plan – We Have One Too!

Well we did it again – we went to Washington to recharge, regroup and visit with our nonprofit peers to convene about top of mind subjects at the AICPA not for profit annual conference!  We are lucky to work with so many focused and important organizations in an environment that is welcoming and ‘down to…

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What’s Your Organization’s Performance Score?

Nonprofits are facing a new challenge as many donors, regulators and ratings agencies now are looking for performance reporting to be provided to them; that is, financial measurements as well as outcome and impact reporting.  Of these, financial reporting is most straightforward, as various percentages and ratios are calculated and presented in an attempt to…

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Migration to EMV Chip Card Technology and Your Nonprofit

If your nonprofit organization receives reimbursement for services through credit card payments, you need to understand how these changes will impact you. U.S. credit card companies are making the transition from magnetic stripe technology to cards with chips. Chip cards are payment cards that have an embedded chip, offering increased security when your customers or…

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