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Happy Women’s History Month!
NFP Partners is proud to celebrate Women’s History Month in March. Our team is made up with brilliant, incredible, and powerful women across the United States.
To learn more about the women that help NFP Partners impact the world one accounting problem at a time, visit the link below.
Celebrating Women’s History Month in Denver
NFP Partners is headquartered in Denver, Colorado and this Women’s History Month, we’d like to amplify the story and contributions of Hattie Mae. Learn more about this pillar in the Denver community by watching the video below.
6 Ways to Celebrate Women’s History Month at Work
By Kelley Katsanos – ADP
There are several great ways to observe Women’s History Month and recognize the many contributions women have made to culture and society. Here’s a look at six ways organizations can celebrate the women on their teams not only in March but throughout the year.
With March being Women’s History Month — and March 8 specifically being International Women’s Day — many organizations are likely planning to pay tribute to the women on their teams and recognize the many contributions that they have made. There are several great ways to do so. While it’s absolutely important to acknowledge the impact women have had on culture and society during the celebratory month, leaders would do well to ensure these acknowledgments are made all year long.
Half of Nonprofoits Saw Decrease in Income in 2022
By CPA Practice Advisor – Isaac M. O’Bannon
Nearly one-half of nonprofits saw a decrease in net income in 2022 due to increases in personal compensation and operational costs, decreases in state appropriations and an end to the American Rescue Plan funding. These, and other findings, were found in the latest national nonprofit study by national accounting and advisory firm FORVIS. Coupled with a 68% surge in demand for programs and services, many nonprofits are feeling outweighed by their financial demands.