Nonprofit Financial Management. A Practical Guide. Wiley Nonprofit Authority

  • ID: 2212787
  • Book
  • 256 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Your best practices guide to the basics of nonprofit financial management.

Coaching you in the essentials of financial management, Nonprofit Financial Management: A Practical Guide supplies easy–to–use concepts for the financial management of nonprofits of every size and type.

Drawing upon his extensive experience in financial management of nonprofits, author Charles Coe explores:

  • Federal reporting requirements

  • Methods to decrease expenses, ensure accounting control, and increase revenues through professional cash management

  • How to read financial statements and analyze your nonprofit′s financial condition using the most recent IRS 990 reporting form

  • The full range of financial management topics, including accounting, internal controls, auditing, evaluating financial condition, budgeting, cash management and banking, purchasing and contracting, borrowing, and risk management

If you are involved in the financial survival of your nonprofit organization whether your service to your nonprofit is in the capacity of director, manager, trustee, accountant, or lawyer Nonprofit Financial Management is a must–read to manage your nonprofit′s finances effectively and resourcefully.

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Who this Book Is For.


Chapter 1 Introduction.

Chapter 2 Account for Transactions.

Chapter 3 Create the Internal Control System.

Chapter 4 Manage the Audit.

Chapter 5 Evaluate Financial Condition.

Chapter 6 Prepare and Manage the Budget.

Chapter 7 Manage Cash Flow.

Chapter 8 Purchase Goods.

Chapter 9 Contract to Provide a Service.

Chapter 10: Manage Capital Assets and the Inventory.

Chapter 11 Invest Funds.

Chapter 12 Manage Banking Relations.

Chapter 13 Borrow Funds.

Chapter 14 Manage Risks.



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Charles K. Coe is a Professor in the Department of Public Administration at North Carolina State University, teaching courses on budgeting and financial management. He is the author of over fifteen handbooks for management of state and local government, includingPublic Financial Management andPurchasing and Materials Management Handbook.
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