It’s the last episode of 2022 and we crammed in four whole questions! This week, Andy mentions about a few nonprofit-specific year-end accounting tasks (don’t worry, it’s short). We also answer a question about accidentally restricting donations, and talk up the benefits of a consent agenda for your board. Finally, we’re pretty sure someone lobbed us a question just to get us worked up for our end of year show.
This week, we’re tackling the most frequently asked nonprofit questions, like the old familiar one, “how do you auction a horse?” We find out whether or not you need to file a form 990 if you have no assets or revenue, whether it’s kosher for nonprofits to pay bonuses, and how to deal with the worst possible silent auction donation items. Stacey and Andy dispense even more career advice (this is starting to become a theme), and answer the age old question, “if a tree falls in the forest, will the IRS hear it.”