One-Two Punch Leaves Kentucky Non-profits Off-Balance

Effective July 1, 2018, Kentucky’s House Bill 487 implemented sweeping changes to Kentucky’s sales tax regime. Many things that were not taxable before the changes became taxable, including things like facility/event admission fees, campground rental, pet care services, and much more. This broad legislation turned Kentucky’s sales tax landscape on

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Why Nonprofit Culture Eats Philanthropy for Breakfast

View a Special Thank you Video from Kishshana If you are a non-profit senior executive, development professional or board leader, make sure that you “get the culture within your organization straight in order for it to show on your work and for your donors to believe in your cause.” On

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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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Measuring Nonprofit Financial Performance

Every organization, no matter what its mission, should periodically measure how well it fulfills that mission and how effectively resources are being utilized in the process. While the specific metrics that each nonprofit adopts to assess its performance will differ, certain key ratios should be used to effectively measure overall

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