Author Archives: YPTC

Lobying Myths Debunked

Lobbying Myths Debunked! The Truth About What Nonprofits Can and Can’t Do Related to Lobbying and Political Activities

Thursday, June 24th 1pm-2:15pm ET This webinar examines the lobbying and political activities conducted by tax-exempt organizations and debunks some of the untruths related to lobbying. The CEO of a fictional company poses questions throughout the presentation so that attendees can uncover what activities nonprofits can and cannot do in attempts to advocate for their

YPTC Voted as a Best Place to Work by Philadelphia Business Journal

Your Part-Time Controller, LLC (YPTC) has once again been recognized as a Best Place to Work honoree by the Philadelphia Business Journal! To generate its Best Places to Work list, Philadelphia Business Journal partnered with Quantum Workplace to send YPTC staff members surveys gauging organizational culture, job satisfaction, teamwork, trust, and more. Staff rated the

YPTC Ranks Among Highest-Scoring Businesses on Inc. Magazine’s Annual List of Best Workplaces for 2021

YPTC Recognized in the ‘Enduring Impact’ Category for 15+ Years in Business PHILADELPHIA, PA (May 24, 2021) – Your Part-Time Controller, LLC (YPTC) has been named to Inc. magazine’s annual list of the Best Workplaces for 2021. Released on May 18th in the May/June 2021 issue, and as part of a prominent Inc.com feature, the

Block Training 2021: Remote Possibilities

YPTC hosted its annual internal two-day training series, Block Training, on April 26th and 27th! The company-wide event, titled ‘Remote Possibilities’, explored themes like the human connection, equity, and all-around success in a virtual workspace. For the nearly 300 members of YPTC’s staff, the event was a tremendous hit!  Block Training, aptly named for its “blocks of time” session structure, is typically held in person.

Introducing YPTC’s ‘Tech/KNOW’ Series: Tompkins Financial

YPTC’s latest staff learning opportunity is officially here! The new, internal ‘Tech/KNOW’ series explores various topics relating to accounting, finance, and nonprofits while offering essential insight and ‘tips of the trade’ from industry experts. To kick off the ‘Tech/KNOW’ series, panelists from Tompkins Financial engaged in a Q&A session centered on insurance, wealth management, and

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Staying Afloat: Arts & Culture Series 4: Last Minute Questions & Updates

In this fourth installment of our Staying Afloat: Arts & Culture Series, Justine Townsend reviews some last minute questions and updates related to the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant. Topics covered include: Tax return(s) Form 4506-T Proposed budget Current employee list and February 29, 2020 payroll List of venues Marketing materials Job descriptions or contracts required

Staying Afloat: Pandemic Relief Option Updates

In this alert we have several important updates to share with you about the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), Shuttered Venue Operators Grants (SVOG), Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL), and the Employee Retention Credit (ERC).  Related to the pandemic, we also have a new announcement to share from one of the charity watchdog organizations.  What You Need to Know The deadline to apply

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Staying Afloat- Arts & Culture Series 3. Getting Ready for the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant: The Financial Stuff!

In this third installment of YPTC’s Staying Afloat: Arts & Culture Series Justine Townsend covers the financial documents required for all SVOG applicants.   Important Reminders:  The SVOG application portal opens on April 8th!   Your SVOG grant will be reduced by any PPP loan amounts received on or after 12/27/20.  If applying for both a PPP loan and an