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Flattering For-Profits- Nonprofits find themselves increasingly imitating for-profits to survive


As nonprofits continue to compete for fewer resources and limited funding, those that thrive have taken several pages from the books of the for-profit world, engaging in technology updates, mergers and acquisitions, and increasingly transparent operations. The sector also continues to contend with new regulations and requirements, while seeking out and developing new streams of revenue and fundraising methods.

We asked three experts in the space for their thoughts on these current and future trends impacting their nonprofit clientele. We spoke to Gerald Archibald, partner-in-charge of the healthcare/tax-exempt central division of Top 100 Firm The Bonadio Group; Carlye Dooley, nonprofit practice leader at Atlanta-based CPA firm Windham Brannon; and John Coppola, audit manager and member of Baltimore accounting firm Ellin & Tucker’s Not-for-Profit Services Group.


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