Economy

The new normal for nonprofits

by mo on December 9, 2011

Certainly not a surprise, yet a quarter of Wisconsin nonprofits responding to a survey about their financial health reported that they do not have sufficient cash reserves. Gayle Worland reported on the study in the Wisconsin State Journal. Nonprofits appear to be treading water like many Americans. In may own experience with several nonprofit, the  […]

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Loophole comes from the Dutch word liupen meaning to peer as in from a slit in a castle wall while staying protected.  From there it gains a meaning a gap, omission, or ambiguity that makes it possible to evade a difficulty or obligation – as in taxes. So when is closing a loophole a tax-hike? […]

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We all stopped looking at our investment portfolio statements months ago. Why worry over retirements savings when retirement, for more and more of us, must be pushed off into the distant future. Over the holiday weekend and continuing into this week the news has been filled with rather gloomy economic forecasts. Is it time to […]

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