Fine-tune equipment costing for a smoother-running company

Imagine you’re standing on the jobsite and someone says, “Nice piece of equipment. What did it cost you?” Your mind might immediately go to how much you paid for the asset in question. But, as you’re surely aware, contractors must continually account for the cost of their equipment over time. It’s a good idea to […]

Your nonprofit is only as strong as its bookkeeper

The founder of a community theater had always kept the group’s books. But the theater was growing, along with her responsibilities. So when a volunteer offered to act as bookkeeper, the founder gratefully accepted. Unfortunately, while well-intentioned, the volunteer was sloppy. And although he had for-profit bookkeeping experience, he didn’t understand the nuances of nonprofit […]