Non-Profit

Understand Receivables: a NFP Board Member’s How-to Guide

Understand Receivables: a NFP Board Member’s How-to Guide

All board members, including those involved with non-profit organizations, are held to a minimum standard of care and diligence when it comes to the finances of an organization. This is why, at a minimum, it is important for a non-accountant to understand what “accounts receivable” are on an internal financial statement. Check out our other articles on Financial Literacy.

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Understand Financial Statements: a NFP Board Member’s How-to Guide

Understand Financial Statements: a NFP Board Member’s How-to Guide

Board members are often bored during the financial discussion or financial statement presentation at a meeting. If they are lucky, they have someone with a financial background as a treasurer or chair of the finance committee. This article addresses how the financial process of your organization should operate and how it impacts you because you share the responsibilities for ensuring that proper financial controls are in place.

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The New Official Plan, COVID-19 and the Future of Living and Working in Ottawa – Webinar Recording

The New Official Plan, COVID-19 and the Future of Living and Working in Ottawa – Webinar Recording

The pandemic has caused a major upheaval in the way we live and work. As businesses begin to plan for the future and the opportunities of our post-COVID world, these changes will have a major impact on strategic priorities. Adding to the changing business environment is the launch of Ottawa’s new Official Plan, which has […]

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Re:Design – How Gabriel Pizza Transformed a Key Part of Their Operation During the Pandemic

Re:Design – How Gabriel Pizza Transformed a Key Part of Their Operation During the Pandemic

Gabriel Pizza’s President and CEO George Hanna and Chad Saikaley‘s in-depth discussion on how Gabriel’s weathered the pandemic storm by modernizing a key part of its operation, including: How risk analysis and financial projections were used to assess the impact of COVID-19 on the business What contingency plans were considered to reduce the financial impact […]

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CEBA Applications Update

CEBA Applications Update

The application deadline to apply for the CEBA loan was extended to March 31, 2021. We understand that some banks will be opening applications for the additional CEBA loan of $20,000 on December 4th, 2020. CEBA details for new and existing applications are as follows: Existing CEBA clients: Another $20,000 available (in addition to the original […]

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Highlights from the Fall Economic Statement

Highlights from the Fall Economic Statement

On November 30th, the federal government delivered its Fall Economic Statement. The statement included a number of updates to existing COVID-19 relief programs, as well as changes to other existing tax relief programs. Of note, there were no changes to income tax rates for individuals or corporations on any type of income earned, or other […]

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