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WHY STRATEGIC PLANS ARE CRITICAL FOR NONPROFITS

Strategic plans are discussed extensively in the world of commercial business enterprises, but what about in the nonprofit world? Granted, many large and well-established nonprofit organizations have developed comprehensive strategic plans that in turn drive goals, objectives, and budgets for those organizations. Smaller nonprofits, though, tend to operate without a carefully developed long-term …

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TRACKING GRANTS IN QUICKBOOKS

Non-profit accountants have unique challenges in managing organizational revenues and expenses. Not only do you have to keep track of expenses by “natural” accounts (typically things such as salaries and wages, supplies, meals and entertainment, etc.), but you also often need to be able to track these items by grant or program …

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OUTSOURCING FOR NONPROFITS

At the start of a new year, most organizations are looking to do some things differently than years past. There may be skill sets that are lacking in some areas of the agency or maybe a fresh perspective is in order. Outsourcing can be a cost efficient way to address these situations.

Most nonprofits …

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WHAT ARE YOU MISSING IN YOUR BUSINESS PLAN?

To some, business plans may seem somewhat outdated and a waste of time. The plan is probably going to change in the next six months anyway, right? Wrong. Even if your business plan changes, it’s an important road map to help you reach your financial goals. But what exactly makes a solid business …

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INTUIT NAMED US A FIRM OF THE FUTURE!

Here at mAccounting, we are reinventing the traditional accounting firm model, and others are starting to take notice. This week, mAccounting was named a “Firm of the Future” by Intuit Inc. We won with our video highlighting our business model and culture – our entrepreneurial spirit, our flexibility, and the service we offer …

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MILESTONE ADVISORS IS NOW mACCOUNTING

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To our clients and business partners:

We founded Milestone Advisors in 2003 on the premise that small businesses such as restaurants, construction companies, and hotels have the same accounting needs as larger enterprises, but not necessarily at full-time capacity or full-time costs. What began as an outsourced CFO services offering …

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