Managing Money With Mission

Identity Theft Warning: Unemployment Benefits

identity_theftWe are heading into tax filing season and the IRS is seeing an uptick in taxpayers receiving form 1099-G even though they never filed for unemployment during 2020 and the COVID-19 Pandemic. If you or any of your employees received the form yet never filed, identity theft is likely and someone may have received benefits fraudulently in your name. If you are aware of an identity theft situation here are some steps to take to lessen the impact and rectify the situation as soon as possible. Continue Reading

March 2020 Virtual Breakfast with Benefits

Tuesday, March 9, 2021 8-9 am “How to Operate Completely in the Cloud” Presented by: Matt Eberly Senior Technology Consultant, IT Team Manager DANEnet Matt will discuss transitioning away from on-premise servers and services to be able to operate completely in the cloud.   Matt has worked for DANEnet since 2002. He has a BA and… Continue Reading

Keeping Your “Bookkeeper” and Outsourcing Your Business Controls

Small to mid-sized businesses and nonprofits tend to default to having one person control all of the business’s accounting functions, known fondly as “the bookkeeper.” Oftentimes this bookkeeper ends up being the company’s owner or nonprofit organization’s executive director. Aside from the capacity challenges of a high-level employee managing the books when they should be… Continue Reading

So, You Want to be an Accountant?

When people think about accounting and accountants, most immediately think, “spreadsheets, number crunching, boring.” Those of us in the accounting world tend to view our careers differently, and those of us here at N4N use our passion for numbers to focus solely on helping nonprofits manage their money so they can focus on their missions.… Continue Reading