How Not-for-Profits Make a Difference with Relevant, Local Data

Recently, Barnes Dennig and Hauser revealed the results of the 2019 Non-Profit Compensation Benefits and Benchmarking Study.  For this 7th edition of the study, a record high 117 organizations participated with over 50% of those organizations being in the social or human services sectors.  In addition to revealing feedback

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Relief for Not-for-Profits Provided by New Accounting Standard

On May 30, 2019, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) released Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2019-06, a standard extending relief to not-for-profit entities with goodwill and certain identifiable intangible assets resulting from a business combination. The standard allows all not-for-profit entities to apply accounting alternatives that were formerly only available

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What Mental Health Providers Need to be Talking About

In February of 2018, Barnes Dennig connected CFOs of local mental health organizations to promote knowledge sharing and foster new ideas and best practices.  This was one of Barnes Dennig’s recurring luncheons, with previous topics including treasury management, Health Home and ICD-10. There were several hot-button topics that came up

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Ohio Behavioral Health Redesign Effective January 1

On November 29, 2017, at a gathering of behavioral health service providers, Barnes Dennig’s not-for-profit team guided a conversation on key topics that leaders in the industry face day-to-day. Currently, providers are vigorously working through file testing with the state of Ohio for Behavioral Health Redesign (BHR), related to coding

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