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Simple Budgets for Smaller Coops

Sometimes, your coop may not need a complex budget, 

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Financing Coops

A cooperative uses capital to finance its operations, to cover operating expenses, and to invest in fixed assets such as buildings and equipment.

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Financial Literacy for Nonprofit Boards

Nonprofit boards need up-to-date financial information to make informed decisions.

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Financial Standing Orders.

The objective of this policy is to lay out various standing orders in relation to the finances of the organization.

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Finance Committee Fundamentals

Does your organization have a finance committee that carries out all of the duties associated with financial oversight?

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Financial Toolkit

A Toolkit for Financial Advisers and Decision-Makers.

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Personal Expenditure Policy.

When undertaking business on behalf of the co-op, for example, training or meetings with external,

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Current Trends in Cooperative Finance

In recent years, three important trends have become apparent in grain marketing and farm supply cooperatives.

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Base Capital Financing of Cooperatives.

Cooperatively owned and operated businesses face the constant challenge of obtaining sufficient equity.

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Benefits of Well-Funded Reserves

Managing an association’s finances and creating budgets that allow a community to preserve market values.

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Balance Sheet Ratios and Analysis for Cooperatives.

The difference between total current assets and total current liabilities.

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After the Mortgage is Paid Off:

Changes to the Governing Documents.

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10 Benefits Dashboards

Dashboards are not meant to be a substitute for all of the information available to boards.

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Things to Know About Reserve Funds Studies

Regarding finances, homeowners’ associations (HOA) operate like any other corporation or business.

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IRS-990-Postcard-Instructions-

Small tax-exempt organizations whose gross receipts are usually $25,000 or less may be required to submit Form 990-N,

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Exempt-Status-Revoked-

On June 8th, the IRS stripped nearly 275,000 organizations of their tax-exempt status.

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