This cash management and investment handbook for nonprofit managers helps managers from diverse backgrounds learn to manage their organization's money. It examines traditional treasury functions including banking and cash flow and explores investment management and strategies for managing excess cash, endowment, and long-term (planned) gifts. It also examines financial management strategies that impact cash flow, including borrowing, risk management, benchmarking, and long-term planning. Addresses the needs of all types and sizes of organizations, from small religious groups and community social service agencies to major cultural institutions and colleges and universities. Includes a diskette with spreadsheet solutions to common financial management problems, such as interest rate calculations, basic yield calculations, financial rations and more.The purpose of a simplified procedure document is to provide information in an easy-to-follow format. Your standard policies will be used most specifically by fund and project managers whose roles and responsibilities require strict adherence to policy. Staff and volunteers who ... Bank sends statements and reconciliations are performed manually by CFO and with the system data. 3See the pamphlet byanbsp;...
|Title||:||Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations|
|Author||:||Jo Ann Hankin, Alan G. Seidner, John Zietlow|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1998-04-22|