Sure, you know we offer compliance solutions for nonprofits of all shapes and sizes. But did you know we’ve published over 3,000 pieces of content about compliance?
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As summer temps soar, financial reporting and renewal requirements are turning up the heat even more!
Don’t let charitable solicitation registration renewals and fiscal year-end financial prep put … Read more >>
Ready to apply for 501(c)(3) status, but unsure of how to form your board of directors? You’re not alone! Harbor Compliance fields many questions from nonprofit founders regarding their board of directors. So we asked our Compliance Specialists to round … Read more >>
Mark your calendars! If your nonprofit’s fiscal year ends on December 31, state charitable renewals are due starting May 15. Note that this coincides with the IRS Form 990 due date.
Most states require a copy of Form 990 to … Read more >>
Grant writing success can be an elusive animal. The industry average acceptance rate is about 1 in 10 submissions funded – even for nonprofits that have reached household name status.
So how can your nonprofit ensure the greatest chances at … Read more >>
New Publication Provides Information on State Registration Requirements for Fundraising
Harbor Compliance and the National Council of Nonprofits (Council of Nonprofits) announced a “Best Practices Partnership” and unveiled a resource guide to help nonprofits with often-misunderstood state fundraising registration requirements.… Read more >>
You’ve worked hard this year. You’ve done an incredible job with your programming and have maximized the impact of each dollar raised. Your donors are impressed and spreading the word about your impact every way they know how – casual … Read more >>
November 15 is an important date for renewing charitable solicitation registrations. Many states base their charitable solicitation renewal and annual financial reporting due dates on the charity’s fiscal year. Upon filing with the state charitable solicitation authorities, charities must usually … Read more >>