Should We Fire Our Nonprofit Lawyer?
When and how to move on to another attorney for representation of your charitable organization.
What Governance Policies Should Your Nonprofit Have?
While not required by the IRS, every nonprofit should consider adopting governance policies.
Nonprofits: Avoid the Three Most Common Lawsuits
Take steps to protect your nonprofit from legal problems.
What Types of Insurance Should a Nonprofit Buy?
Expect the unexpected -- and buy insurance to cover any resulting losses.
Five Ways in Which Your Nonprofit Can or Should Act Like a For-Profit
Business plans, marketing plans, and other standard practices that your nonprofit might find useful.
How to Get Our Nonprofit's Case File From Our Attorney
Switching lawyers? Make sure your nonprofit obtains a complete copy of everything in the old lawyer's file, and gets back any important original documents.
Nonprofit Image: Improve Your Public Profile
Learn how to create or improve the public's perception of your nonprofit.
Why Your Nonprofit Should Publish
To increase awareness about your nonprofit or add money to its coffers, a newsletter, magazine, or website can help.
Reporting Nonprofit Operating Expenses
Nonprofits must report how much they spend on operating expenses but this isn't always a fair indicator of performance.
Protecting Your Nonprofit in Media Interactions
The reporter or journalist who calls you may be either friend or foe.
A Board Member Left to Start a Competing Nonprofit: What Should We Do?
Steps to take, legal and otherwise, if a board member has taken your nonprofit's ideas, logo, donor list, or the like in starting a new, competing nonprofit.
Another Nonprofit Has a Name Similar to Our Nonprofit's: Now What?
Making sure your charitable organization can't be confused with another that has the same or a similar name.