Financial management in nonprofit organizations
Georgia State University Business Press, College of Business Administration, Jan 1, 1991 - Business & Economics - 545 pages
This much-expanded volume will help the experienced business person or academician to distinguish between a profit-seeking business firm and a nonprofit organization in terms of corporate goals, management structure, accounting systems, and financial requirements.
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accounts payable accounts receivable activities allocation alternative amount analysis annual balance sheet basis benefits bond borrowing calculated capital cash balance cash budget cash flows cash inflows cash outflows chapter collection compound compound interest constraint cost-benefit analysis current assets current liabilities customers debt service deficit discount rate dollar donors earned endowment fund entities equation equipment estimates example expenditures expenses financial manager financial statements financial viability fixed assets for-profit forecast fund balance fund-raising GAAP gift goal programming increase inflation interest rate inventory investment income issue lease payments lender lessee lessor liabilities liquidity long-term method nonprofit context nonprofit organizations nontrading organizations operating costs opportunity cost organization's cash percent period planning pledges receivable portfolio present value principal problem professional manager profits purchase purposes rate of return repayment restrictions result risk securities short-term technique term loan trade credit transactions Triage