Today's nonprofit world is characterized by greater competition for funding and increased scrutiny of your impact. This is sometimes due to fraud or poor performance of just a few nonprofits, which affect the whole.
Whatever the case, this represents an opportunity for your nonprofit to be transparent, to demonstrate accountability and to strengthen your reputation with funders and the community. And one way to do so is for your financials to be "audit ready" so that you can prove financial health and how you are investing funds in your mission, even if you are not audited.
How can you be audit-ready in a way that enables your nonprofit but doesn't hurt your Return on Mission? Investing in the right nonprofit accounting software is central to the answer.