Pay for Success: a funding model with data at its core

There is at long last solid momentum gathering behind the pay-for-success (PFS) model of funding socially oriented projects and services: a shift in approach that emphasizes outcomes rather than activities. Through PFS contracts, the ecosystem of investors, government, and service providers is working together to create new opportunities and meet more impactful social goals. PFS […]

Non-Profits Eligible for ERTC, up to $19,000 per Employee

The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, signed on December 27th, 2020, is expanding eligibility for the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) by allowing those who received Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans to qualify. Prior to December 27, 2020, PPP loan recipients could not also file for eligible tax credits. For nonprofits, the ERTC is taken against […]

AAFCPAs’ 2021 Nonprofit Educational Seminar

AAFCPAs’ 2021 Nonprofit Educational Seminar

AAFCPAs is excited to announce that registration is now open for our 12th Annual Nonprofit Educational Seminar, scheduled for Wednesday, April 28. As a client and/or friend of AAFCPAs, your registration will be complimentary. We are excited this year to announce we will be hosting this popular event virtually! AAFCPAs’ Annual Nonprofit Educational Seminar is considered by […]

MA Form 3ABC due by 3/1 to avoid local property taxes

MA Form 3ABC due by 3/1 to avoid local property taxes

The Massachusetts “Return of Property Held for Charitable Purposes” (Form 3ABC) provides for an exemption from local taxation on personal and real property for eligible charitable organizations. As a reminder, in order to be exempt, you must file an annual Form 3ABC, due at the Assessor’s Office no later than March 1, in each city or town […]

Nonprofit Executive Power Hour

AAFCPAs Partner Katie Belanger, CPA will offer her expertise in an educational webcast for nonprofit executives on December 8th to share ideas, thoughts, and cautions around a spectrum of administrative functions, including finance, technology, compliance, risk, insurance, and culture. Nonprofit executives have never faced as many challenges as they are right now, and their ability […]

Why Nonprofits are Outsourcing Accounting

Skilled accounting and finance talent is scarce and in high demand, especially for nonprofits who often struggle with expectations to keep “overhead” low.  These labor challenges are national and expected to intensify over time. Knowledge-intensive industries like financial and business services are expected to continue to be hit hard by the talent crunch. Nonprofits also […]

Nonprofit Organizations Now Eligible for the Main Street Lending Program

AAFCPAs would like to make nonprofit clients aware that the Federal Reserve announced changes to its Main Street Lending Program to “provide greater access to credit for nonprofit organizations such as educational institutions, hospitals, and social service organizations.” Which Nonprofits Are Eligible? The Main Street Lending Program is now open to tax-exempt organizations established under […]

Charter Schools Connect: Managing the Remote Business Office

Charter Schools Connect: Managing the Remote Business Office

COVID-19 has challenged businesses to think about operations in a new way. In this 11-minute webcast, AAFCPAs’ Charter School Practice Leaders John Buckley, CPA, CGMA and Nichole Reilly, CPA, MBA share insights and best practice recommendations for Charter School clients about overcoming internal control and segregation of duties challenges for a remote business office. AAFCPAs […]

Unemployment Relief for Self-Insured Nonprofits as part of CARES Act

Update June 8th, 2020: Unemployment Insurance: 120-Day Deadline Extension for Nonprofits AAFCPAs would like to make clients aware of a provision in Section 2103 of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), which provides emergency unemployment relief for governmental entities and nonprofit organizations. Emergency Unemployment Relief (Section 2103): The Act provides for additional […]

Will Paycheck Protection Program Loans Be Subject to Uniform Guidance for Nonprofit Organizations?

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) includes many provisions that are applicable to nonprofit organizations.  One of the provisions is the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loans which provides 100% Federally guaranteed loans to covered entities who meet certain criteria. A consideration for nonprofit organizations is whether the loans will be subject […]