Cash & Investment Management for Nonprofit Organizations

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John Wiley & Sons, Jul 20, 2007 - Business & Economics - 544 pages
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The book every nonprofit financial officer needs

Relevant for both large and small nonprofit organizations, Cash & Investment Management for Nonprofit Organizations effectively brings practical clarity to a potentially complicated topic, and explains how to use the best available methods and tools to help your organization achieve and maintain financial strength. This must-have book equips readers with a road map toward sound financial structure and strong internal controls, expertly offering helpful advice on everything financial officers need to know, including:
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Knowing the appropriate financial target for your organization
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The measures you can use to monitor and manage your organization's liquidity
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Preserving your organization's financial integrity through internal controls
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How to tap sources of cash to improve your cash flow
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Making the most of your greatest potential ally in managing cash--your banking partner
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Mobilizing and controlling cash
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Disbursing cash efficiently while averting fraud
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Harnessing information technology (IT) to better accomplish cash and investment management
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Investing policies and practices for cash reserves
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Investing policies and practices for endowments and other long-term investment purposes

Written by financial professionals for financial professionals, Cash & Investment Management for Nonprofit Organizations provides essential tips and proven financial methods for improving and benchmarking your organization's practices. Discover how to become more effective in keeping your nonprofit financially healthy with the techniques and tools in Cash & Investment Management for Nonprofit Organizations.

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About the author (2007)

John Zietlow is Professor of Finance at Malone College and a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP). He is a member of the Financial Management Association, the Association for Financial Professionals, the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), and the Financial Education Association. He has conducted cash management training for the Association?of Financial Professionals, served as a consultant and trainer for the Investment Management Consultants Association, is coauthor of Short-Term Financial Management, Third Edition, and has written dozens of articles and academic presentations on financial topics. With Jo Ann Hankin and Alan Seidner, he is also coauthor of Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations: Policies and Practices (Wiley).

Alan G. Seidner is the founder of Seidner & Company of Pasadena, California, an investment management and consulting firm with a roster of high net-worth investors, healthcare organizations, major corporations, non-profit institutions, and municipalities. He has authored many financial reference works, frequently speaks on investment techniques and strategies, and has also provided testimony before federal government agencies on the performance of pension fund investments. With Jo Ann Hankin and John Zietlow, he is also coauthor of Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations: Policies and Practices (Wiley).

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