Financial Management Within the Nonprofit Sector, Parts 1 & 2
While some people shy away from supposedly “boring” numbers, budgeting is a central management tool for overseeing an agency’s activities. Learn the essentials of financial management techniques that can be an extremely valuable aspect of organizational leadership.
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
- Overview the financial management systems important to your nonprofit organization
- Identify critical budgeting, accounting and control system terms and concepts for fundamental financial management
- Learn financial principles to strengthen your nonprofit organization’s allocation opportunities
- Examine your current capital cycle and explore possible improvements
Part 1: Analyze the principles of financial management for nonprofits. Learn to apply the fundamentals of accounting, budgeting processes, cash flow analysis, expenditure control, long-range financial planning, audits, grants and contracts to nonprofits.
Part 2: Study budgeting and planning, tax issues and internal/external reporting requirements for financial management.
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