|How to Keep Your Team Motivated Through 2020
The year 2020 has presented some… interesting challenges to say the least. But one of the most prevalent has been staying motivated at work. When you’re home, working in your pajamas and distractions just too close for you to ignore them, you have to think of new ways to be productive. It seems like working […]
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POSTED JULY 30, 2020 5:30 PM
|Do’s and Don’ts of Email Marketing During a Crisis
Nonprofit email marketing during a crisis can be a tough task. It becomes a crazy balancing act. Should we send more emails? Should we make it less? It’s hard to tell what the right answer is during such strange times. We’re making history and living through a crisis. Right now, your email subscribers are being […]
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POSTED JULY 24, 2020 8:30 PM
|3 Tips to Write an Effective Nonprofit Business Plan
“The way we run nonprofits is actually undermining the causes we love and our profound yearning to change the world.” These words belong to Dan Pallotta, an American entrepreneur, author, and humanitarian activist, who, in his Ted Talk, reiterates that a nonprofit should be run like a business. According to Pallotta, philanthropy is a market […]
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POSTED JULY 22, 2020 8:30 PM
|Financial Systems Integrations: It’s less scary than it sounds
Imagine you’re a large, professional organization. You’ve been getting your revenue primarily from memberships, conferences for members, and fundraising ― and you think it’s time to upgrade to a new database system after 20 or so years. Let’s say the system you decide on is well-known for how it managed members, events, and fundraising. But […]
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POSTED JULY 17, 2020 9:38 PM
|How to Become an Expert in Social Media Branding
In today’s modernized world, social media branding has become a no-brainer. With millions surfing the web at any given moment, social channels have proven to be super valuable as a way to keep in touch with friends and family ― and the world. As of January 2020, there are 3.8 billion social media users worldwide. […]
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POSTED JULY 10, 2020 8:00 PM
|How Advocacy Fits Into Your Nonprofit’s Fundraising Strategy
Nonprofit advocacy campaigns are becoming increasingly popular to help advance the mission of organizations. However, many organizations are under the impression that they must divide their attention between their advocacy campaigns and their fundraising efforts. In this case, many decide to ignore advocacy altogether. However, they don’t need to be separate entities! Nonprofit advocacy can […]
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POSTED JULY 03, 2020 4:48 PM
|Trends in Philanthropy: 4 Ways Nonprofits are Changing
We’re seeing significant changes in the world. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted aspects of society that we never expected. Individuals are working from home, others have applied for unemployment, and organizations everywhere have closed their doors. Nonprofits are not exempt from the unprecedented impact of this global pandemic. Rather, some are actually feeling the radical […]
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POSTED JUNE 26, 2020 6:11 PM
|Fundraising From Home: A Nonprofit Hub Guide
Working from home has presented some… challenges. Your productivity may be lacking, your team may be a bit more disorganized than usual, and your work attire has probably changed a bit. And as the giving season comes closer, your 2020 fundraising events have probably changed quite a bit as well. Fundraising from home has presented […]
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POSTED JUNE 19, 2020 5:00 PM
|First-Time Donor Retention: 3 Nonprofit Best Practices
Your nonprofit’s team likely spends quite a bit of time focusing on raising the funds you need to achieve your goals. There are many considerations to go over, including what types of campaigns to employ, what fundraising strategies to exercise during these campaigns, and what your revenue goals are. However, during these discussions, many organizations […]
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POSTED JUNE 12, 2020 8:00 PM
|10 Nonprofits Making the Most of the Google Ad Grant
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POSTED JUNE 04, 2020 3:30 PM
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|Challenges facing NFIB in Arkansas
Pass Mandatory Drug Testing for All Social Programs
Social programs are intended to help people during their time of need, not to subsidize drug use. Most employers require a clean drug test to get a job. So passing drug testing for all social programs will limit their use to those who are unable to work or are truly in between jobs.
Reduce or Eliminate the Personal Property Tax on Businesses
Business owners pay taxes on the income they use to buy office equipment, furniture and fixtures. Then they are taxed when they purchase the items. Local governments should not also be able to tax the ownership of these items as well. That is why we are working to reduce or eliminate the overly burdensome personal property tax for businesses.
Reduce or Eliminate Tax Penalties for Unintentional Tax Errors
Taxes should be paid when due. However, sometimes business owners have to amend their tax returns due to accounting errors, or even fraud and theft by employees. When a business owner voluntarily pays the government more in taxes they should not also pay penalties and interest
POSTED OCTOBER 23, 2014
|Top 5 Small Business Issues in the Texas Legislature
Here's a look at the challenges we're tackling in this year's legislative session.
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|Ohio Suggested Workers’ Compensation Reforms from NFIB
10 Suggestions for the 133rd Ohio General Assembly to consider to help reform the workers' compensation system...
POSTED JANUARY 27, 2015
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|5 Big Challenges Faced by New Small Business Owners
How to plow through common roadblocks every new entrepreneur faces.
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|Ships Diverted to Tripoli to Keep Lebanon Supply Lines Running After Beirut Port Blast
Leading container lines are diverting ships to Lebanon’s smaller terminal of Tripoli after the devastating explosion at Beirut’s port that killed 145 people also paralyzed vital trade. Lebanon, which imports almost all it uses, relies on container ships to bring …
POSTED AUGUST 06, 2020 3:43 PM
|CNA Reports Q2 Profit Despite COVID-19, Weather, Civil Unrest Losses
CNA Financial Corp. saw its 2020 second quarter net income sliced almost by half compared to the previous year due to “considerable catastrophe losses” from COVID-19, civil unrest and weather-related events. The Chicago-based commercial property/casualty insurer booked $151 million in …
POSTED AUGUST 06, 2020 3:30 PM
|American Family Renames Ameriprise Insurance as Connect
American Family Insurance has renamed the Ameriprise Auto & Home business that it paid almost $1 billion for in a deal that closed last October. The new name is CONNECT, which is accompanied by the slogan: “Powered by American Family …
POSTED AUGUST 06, 2020 2:58 PM
|The Future of Insurance Industry Will Not Be Decided by Insurtechs Alone
Insurtech was once the Wild West of the insurance industry. Many of insurtech’s early players came from outside insurance after observing the industry struggle to deliver what was, in their view, a competitive customer experience. Led by ambitious entrepreneurs from …
POSTED AUGUST 06, 2020 2:36 PM
|Health Official: California COVID-19 Cases Underreported
Figures showing California has slowed the rate of coronavirus infections may be in doubt because a technical problem has delayed reporting of test results, the state’s top health official said. For days, California hasn’t received full counts on the number …
POSTED AUGUST 06, 2020 2:05 PM