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Five tips for an effective not-for-profit board

October 27, 2017 Article 1 min read
Authors:
Katie Thornton Kris Ray
Board members are volunteering their time and want to make a positive impact on the organizations they serve. Make sure they have the tools and training they need to put their best efforts forward. Read our experts' insights at AICPA Insights®.

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Survey says, gaps in not-for-profit board performance fundamentally impact the success of the organization. Problems range from lack of true engagement by board members to their failure to fulfill important fiduciary duties. Do these sound familiar? Don’t worry. We are here to help you resolve these issues and set your board up to be as efficient as ever.

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