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May 2014

News
May 28, 2014

Squar Milner Expands its Cayman Islands Resources and Welcomes Lauri Webster

About Lauri Lauri joins Squar Milner as the Managing Principal of the Cayman Islands office. Lauri has over 12 years of experience in public accounting. Prior to joining Squar Milner, Lauri served as an Audit Senior Manager at…
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News
May 28, 2014

Winter Not-For-Profit Newsletter

Website, Facebook Page - or Both? Who's Watching Your Organization Healthcare Reform and Nonprofit Employers
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Spring Not-for-Profit Newsletter
May 7, 2014

Benchmark Your Performance

It’s as true for nonprofits as it is for athletes: Measurement improves performance. To help you measure, consider these financial benchmarks suggested by The Center for Nonprofit Management: Quick Ratio – This ratio indicates your…
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Spring Not-for-Profit Newsletter
May 1, 2014

What You Need to Know About Lobbying

Pushing for Change What Your NFP Needs to Know About Lobbying Pushing for change — whether it’s lobbying for more arts in the classroom or advocating for affordable housing — is certainly in the job…
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Spring Not-for-Profit Newsletter
May 1, 2014

Mobilizing for Advocacy

It Takes a (Volunteer) Army When it comes to advocating for change, nonprofits have an incredibly powerful weapon at their disposal — their volunteers. By leveraging this base of supporters, a nonprofit can light up…
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Spring Not-for-Profit Newsletter
May 1, 2014

“So, How Much Lobbying Can We Do?”

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE The IRS has provided, at best, hazy guidance on the limits allowed for a nonprofit’s lobbying activities — in short, that it be limited to an “insubstantial”…
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