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Newly revised, the process for dealing with the IRS to obtain tax-exempt status (October 2010)
Today, more than ever, the public and government agencies are demanding nonprofits to be transparent. But concerns about having a realistic picture of internal operations, where money is going, and the effectiveness of the programs are countered by concerns of overburdened staff, increased administrative costs, and an invitation to singled-out and damaging criticism. Transparency is not a matter of two extremes – of all or nothing – and as a result, many nonprofits continue to struggle in addressing these concerns.
Mastering branding online takes a lot more than a cool logo and catchy slogan. Experts play by a fresh new set of rules.
What blog platform is best for you? Does one offer more than the other? Do more users prefer a specific blog platform over another, and if so why?
Well, yes and no. Like most things when it comes to blogging, it really boils down to two things – time and goals.
In the past web design may have been the domain of people with a design degree but nowadays it’s easy for anyone to get online. A tight budget and limited funds do not mean that you need to be stuck with a limited website. We all know that, right? We’re living in the age of Web 2.0 and Open Source software! Anyone can get online and get a website up and running for virtually nothing, and WordPress is ideal for that!