Back into the swing of things

It’s been quite a while since I’ve added anything here. Much of that is because I felt like I had nothing worthy to share, to give out. There’s already plenty of noise out there, I told myself. I think the deeper reason is because I was afraid to open my mouth until I absolutely knewContinue reading “Back into the swing of things”

Gifts-in-Kind — More difficult for Small NPOs — and why accurate valuations are so tough to come…

Another post a guest wrote for nonprofitupdate.info. Here’s the link: http://nonprofitupdate.info/2013/07/29/giks-more-difficult-for-small-npos-and-why-accurate-valuations-are-so-tough-to-come-by/ Valuing gifts-in-kind is not an easy task. Nor is it quick. There are not-for-profit organizations that appear to be aggressive with GIKs valuations — a quick internet search will reveal that truth. Not convinced? Ask the IRS for their opinion. Then there are others that takeContinue reading “Gifts-in-Kind — More difficult for Small NPOs — and why accurate valuations are so tough to come…”

What about Underreporting Gifts-in-Kind?

I had originally published this on a fellow CPA’s blog (http://nonprofitupdate.info/) a while back but am reproducing it here on my blog. Here is the link to the original post: http://nonprofitupdate.info/2013/05/22/guest-post-what-about-underreporting-gik/ There has been quite an amount of discussion, articles, and consideration given to recording gifts in kind. However, I would like to ask nearlyContinue reading “What about Underreporting Gifts-in-Kind?”