Non-Profit Business

  1. Deferred Compensation Plans for Nonprofits

    Learn about the two types of deferred compensation plans that nonprofit companies ...
  2. The Pros and Cons of Being a Nonprofit

    Evaluating the tradeoffs organizations face when choosing between becoming a tax-exempt ...
  3. Baby Boomer Philanthropy Shifts Wealth Adviser ...

    Wealth advisers who integrate philanthropy and finance planning can stand out with ...
  4. The 10 Most Successful Social Entrepreneurs

    These inspiring business leaders successfully tackle global social issues while generating ...
  5. Hybrid Business: Rise of Nonprofits in Private ...

    Businesses are embracing a mutually beneficial partnership wherein the ideals of ...
  6. Tips on Charitable Contributions: Limits and ...

    An overview of the limits and tax deductions of charitable donations.
  1. Internet.org: What It Is and How It Works

    Basic Internet access remains out of reach for many in developing nations. Internet.org ...
  1. How does revenue recognition differ between profit and non-profit companies?

    Read about some of the differences between for-profit and nonprofit, or not-for-profit, revenue recognition rules according ...
  2. Does the federal government fund any NGOs? Which ones?

    A non-governmental organization (NGO) is a non-profit, citizen-based group that functions independently of government. NGOs ...
  3. How do NGOs get funding?

    A non-governmental organization (NGO) is a non-profit, citizen-based group that functions independently of government. NGOs ...
  4. Do nonprofit organizations pay taxes?

    Section 501 of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax code exempts qualified nonprofit organizations from federal taxes. ...
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  3. North American Free Trade Agreement - NAFTA

    A regulation implemented on Jan. 1, 1994, that decreased and eventually eliminated tariffs to encourage economic activity ...
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