A recent fundraising survey by Guidestar shows small signs of economic recovery within the non-profit sector, particularly for the largest organizations. More organizations reported an increase in contributions over the previous year, and fewer organizations reported a decrease in contributions. Any recovery is modest, however. Non-profits across the country are
The early stages of an economic recovery can be the most perilous for contractors, who can easily overextend themselves. Contractors best positioned to thrive are those who have taken the lessons of the recession to heart. Surviving the recession doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll survive the recovery. Hiring too soon or
Updated 3:05 p.m. with comment from ODOD The Ohio Controlling Board agreed to allocate an additional $9 million to the Advanced Energy Fund, money that is expected to then be distributed as grants toward renewable energy projects. The AEF grants are worth as much as $200,000, and they have been
Barnes Dennig Principal, Maureen Bruns, CPA, was selected to be an examiner for the upcoming WE Celebrate Awards, which honor women and women-owned businesses in Greater Cincinnati. Bruns, a senior tax manager at Barnes Dennig, participated in the 2008-09 WE Lead program, sponsored by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber. As
The chairman of the Senate Committee on Finance vowed to fight for an extension of a federal program that provides grants for alternative-energy projects. The Section 1603 grant program provides a cash grant for up to 30 percent of the cost of a qualified energy project, with no dollar limit.