Nonprofit World: March-April 2007

VOLUME 25, NUMBER 2

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Law & Taxation

Using Allocated Funds

Kramer, Don

If funds are earmarked for a specific purpose, can you use them for anything else?

Finances

How Much Money Should You Put in Reserve?

Brinckerhoff, Peter

What percentage of income should be put in a reserve fund?

Fundraising

Be Nice, Even When They Say No*

Swanson, Robert G.

Are you following the fourth rule of fundraising?

Communications

When It's Time to Find a Printer

Goerth, Steve

These five tips will make it easier.

Management

Defining Your Leader Brand

Shenkman, Michael

Do you know your personal brand and how to communicate it?

Communications

Making Business Connections Work for You*

Kiley, Paul

Here's how to triumph over the four barriers to productive relationships.

Advocacy

Legislative Breakfasts: Building Relationships with State Legislators

MCHSP

Here's how to make your voice heard. It's as simple as picking up the phone.

Computers

Are you Exposing Your Online Donors to Credit-Card Thieves?

Crooke, David

Before you accept donations online, be sure people's credit-card numbers are secure.

Law & Taxation

Nonprofit Boards Face Potential Salary Disclosure*

Korenek, Jill E.

Are you complying with new Form 990 rules?

Boards

Can Standing Committees Contribute to High-Impact Governing?

Eadie, Doug

It may sound mundane, but it's at the heart of effective boards.

Management

Don't Overlook Your Best Successor

Santora, Joseph C.

Are you making any of these fatal mistakes?

Finances

Are Your Cost Allocations Up-to-Date?*

Williams, Colleen

You should review your methods at least once a year. Here's what you need to know.

Book Reviews

Collaborating Made Easy*

Fernsler, Terrence

How to make collaboration work in the real world.



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