Not-For-Profit Accounting in Tempe

Why Your Nonprofit Needs a Mobile Site

It should be no surprise that the use of cell phones has increased. While it has been the source of a lot of talk over the years, it appears we’re finally at a tipping point. As shown below, Emarketer created … read more

Accounting for Joint Activities

Determining whether an organization conducts joint activities and properly accounts for these activities can be challenging at times, as it can be subjective depending on the fundraising activity. In our experience, we have encountered not-for-profit organizations with joint activities that … read more

Annual Giving USA Report Released

The Giving USA Foundation (a public service initiative of The Giving Institute) has released their annual Giving USA Report on Philanthropy in collaboration with The Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. The Giving USA report compiles and analyzes data … read more

What Percent of My Donation Goes to the Cause of the Organization?

I can’t count the number of times friends and family have asked me what percent of their donation goes towards the cause or programs of a charitable organization. There’s a common argument that the amount of expenses listed in the … read more

Developing Diverse Funding Sources

To acquire a diverse set of funding sources, a nonprofit organization first has to be sure that the community has a positive impression of the organization and mission. Recently, I came across a publication issued by the Horatio Alger Association … read more

Complimentary Not-For-Profit CPE Offered by Henry & Horne

Did you know Henry & Horne offers complimentary continuing professional education (CPE) credits to our not-for-profit clients and friends!? To top it off, you also get a free lunch or breakfast! Each month, one of our professionals presents various topics … read more

Releasing or Modifying Permanently Restricted Contributions – Is this Allowable?

Recently I was talking to a client of mine about some of their permanently restricted net assets when he blurted out, “I wish I could just get rid of these little, old amounts that have been around forever! They’re more … read more

Use Your 990 as a Marketing Tool

Once April 15th comes and goes, most Americans no longer are thinking about tax returns. If you’re involved in a not-for-profit, however, you may still be working on getting your informative return done and e-filed. It’s human nature, especially when … read more

June Community Event a Huge Success!

On Saturday June 13, fifteen Henry & Horne employees and family members cleaned carpets, washed windows and wiped down chairs, desks and tables for The Children’s Center for Neurodevelopmental Studies. Rob from the Center was BLOWN AWAY by how hard-working … read more

Is It Time for You to Implement a Social Media Policy?

Social media has become the top marketing tool in businesses today, which of course includes the not-for-profit community. By now, you probably have a team member that is responsible for the organization’s Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts. However, there are … read more


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