The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the way that the world operates, and it is unlikely to change significantly in the near-term. How will these changes affect how nonprofits function once the worst of the pandemic has passed? Here are four key issues to watch.
The 2021 Federal budget introduced amendments to registration and revocation rules applicable to Charities.
As an entrepreneur, you want to maximize the time spent on growing your business, and either let someone else take care of the all the pesky tasks related to daily operations or at least, minimize the time you spend on them. There is a plethora of accounting solutions for you to choose from – here are 4 important considerations you should keep in mind, before making your final selection.
Like for all other business operations, the COVID-19 pandemic is changing how nonprofit organizations execute their fundraising activities. Many nonprofits have switched to virtual activities to keep donors engaged and to encourage giving.
As an organization incorporated under the Federal Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, it is important for you to understand what your financial statement reporting requirements are.
By law, non-profit organizations (NPOs) are required to hold an annual general meeting (AGM) for its members. Given the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic, NPOs will now find themselves in a position where it is not feasible
Just as small businesses across the country, Not-for-profit organisations (NPOs) and Registered Charities have been severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. To help your organisation survive the storm, several relief measures and deferrals specific to your sector have been put in place.