Nine Ways That Compliance Affects Your Mission and Impact
Donations and grants are far more than financial transactions. Every dollar you receive is an affirmation, a vote for change, an investment in a shared passion from a like-minded partner. That’s why trust is so important in the nonprofit sector.… Read more
Want to Earn More Business? Licensing Is Key
Posted on March 6, 2018, by admin in Business Compliance.
When we think of growth, we tend to think of winning new projects and new clients. Another viable strategy is to capture additional revenue from your existing clients. You can add revenue from existing clients by expanding geographically and diversifying … Read more
New White Paper Details Engineering Firm License Requirements
Posted on February 27, 2018, by Betsy Gonzalez in Business Compliance.
When we talk with engineers about business licensing, they generally think of their Professional Engineer (PE) and Structural Engineer (SE) licenses. We find that engineering professionals are often not aware of the requirements for their firms to be licensed. With … Read more
Insurance for Architects and Engineers
Posted on February 19, 2018, by CoverWallet in Business Compliance.
As an engineer or architect, your everyday responsibilities involve design and ensuring that your work product will perform correctly. You create what may not have existed before, you solve problems, and you maintain elaborate tools. With so much attention focused … Read more
Cause Marketing: What You Need to Know Before You Sign
We’re hearing from more and more companies that want to partner with nonprofits in cause marketing campaigns. Also known as commercial co-ventures, these partnerships can help both parties build their brands and enhance their effectiveness. Many prospective co-venturers don’t realize that … Read more
Pennsylvania Eases Audit Thresholds and Other Nonprofit Requirements
Meeting state requirements is about to get a little easier for nonprofits operating in Pennsylvania, thanks to two measures recently approved by Governor Tom Wolf. Acts 71 and 72 of 2017, signed into law December 22, relax fundraising and financial … Read more
Five Tactics to Get More Out of Your Registered Agent Service
In every state where you register a business or nonprofit entity, you must appoint a registered agent to receive legal documents. Of all the tasks required to enter a new state, choosing a registered agent may seem like one of the … Read more
What Good Standing Really Means
Demonstrating your organization’s good standing is a normal part of doing business. Whenever you open a bank account, expand into new states, or apply for a license, a certificate of good standing is usually part of the required paperwork. The … Read more
Using a Professional Fundraiser? What Nonprofits Need to Know
When you need more time, energy, or boots on the ground to realize your fundraising goals, bringing in a fundraising counsel or professional solicitor can provide welcome reinforcement. Yet hiring outside fundraising help imposes specific charitable solicitation registration requirements on … Read more
From Regulatory Hard Knocks to 30x ROI – Three Companies’ Stories
For companies in highly regulated industries, licensing brings to mind stress, frustration, delays, and expense. Many business leaders aren’t looking for a return on their licensing spend—they’re just hoping to minimize the damages. But regulatory requirements shouldn’t be a drain … Read more