Ever since the professionalization of the nonprofit sector that took place 30 years ago, nonprofit executive salary has been influenced by business compensation concepts—but for-profit pay practices cannot be indiscriminately applied to nonprofits. So what really powers executive pay in the sector? As it turns out, size does matter.
Is it easier to steal from a nonprofit organization than from a business? That’s what some researchers have speculated. To identify how people steal from nonprofits and how to prevent it, we turned to the biannual surveys of fraud examiners.
Calculating overhead costs is a tricky part of grant proposal writing, especially since funders often want these costs kept to a minimum. Learn to determine the true overhead costs for a program idea, then decide if the proposal will genuinely benefit your organization or run you ragged because it included too little overhead.
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