Author Archives: YPTC

Staying Afloat

Resources for Financial Relief for Nonprofits During the Coronavirus Pandemic Updated 4/7/2020  Your Part-Time Controller is dedicated to providing up-to-date information regarding the COVID crisis and new legislation that will affect nonprofits. Follow the links below to access resources that could help you. YPTC is dedicated to providing resources to help nonprofits everywhere. Would you

COVID Resources

Your Part-Time Controller is dedicated to providing up-to-date information regarding the COVID crisis and new legislation that will affect nonprofits. Follow the links below to access resources that could help you. Did you miss it? view the RECORDING of our webinar, Staying Afloat held April 3, 2020 at 1pm! **Please note- the webinar presentation was

Webinar: Staying Afloat

Staying Afloat: Financial Relief Options for Nonprofit Organizations during the Coronavirus Pandemic Join YPTC Managing Partner Jennifer Alleva and YPTC Training Director Kerri Padgett for this necessary and timely webinar regarding the recent Coronavirus-related legislation enacted so far. YPTC will cover the important steps that you need to take NOW to help keep your nonprofit

Nonprofit Finance Questions: When To Contact The Experts

Especially in today’s environment, it can seem like you have more questions than answers regarding your nonprofit’s financial situation. An outsourced accounting firm can help you navigate these areas of uncertainty. If you’re finding yourself asking these questions, it’s time to contact an expert: How will we receive payments from funders and others? How will

Webinar: QuickBooks Online Capabilities

On March 18th, Rachel DeMatteo, YPTC Senior Manager partnered with Network For Good to detail and demo the basics of QuickBooks Online for nonprofit leaders and finance professionals. Now, more than ever, cloud-based financial software is a versatile and powerful tool that is imperative to your organization’s success.    During this webinar recording, you’ll learn:

YPTC To Teach 2 Sessions For United Way 2020 Spring Financial Series Workshop

Financial leaders new to nonprofit accounting, new executive directors, board members, and nonprofit professionals will have two opportunities to learn from The Nonprofit Financial Specialists at the United Way 2020 Spring Financial Series Workshop. On March 24th and April 28th, Justine Townsend and Eric Wilson will be teaching about two important topics you don’t want

YPTC Sponsors Moore’s Emerging Entrepreneurs’ Business Plan Competition

Photo: Moore.edu Managing Partner Jennifer Alleva was among the distinguished jurors featured at Moore College of Art & Design’s second Emerging Entrepreneurs’ Business Plan Competition on February 27th. According to Moore, the competition was the culmination of a series of on-campus workshops and one-on-one mentoring sessions. The first prize winner was awarded $5,000 and runners-up

7 Basic Functions You Should Be Getting From Your Accounting Department

What are you really getting from your accounting department? Read on for a breakdown of the 7 basic functions that are imperative to running your organization properly. These 7 functions apply to organizations of any budget size. 1. Monthly Reporting Package Your accounting department should provide a monthly financial reporting package consisting of, at the

Video: How Much is It Costing You to Operate?

Eric Fraint discusses how and why nonprofits need to reframe their cost of operations on the American Nonprofit Academy NPO Talk Show! “Eric Fraint, CPA discusses how and why nonprofits need to reframe their cost of operations. With new approaches to understanding what it takes to run a successful nonprofit, Eric believes it is time