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Five reasons your not-for-profit organization needs an audit committee

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Success for not-for-profits (NFPs), regardless of their type or size, is built on a firm foundation of fiscal accountability and governance. Achieving these oftentimes elusive goals requires more than traditional business know-how and insights into industry and sector trends. It calls for a robust combination of strong internal controls, budgetary and legal compliance, accurate and timely financial reporting and disclosure, sound business practices, and a culture of uncompromised moral and ethical behavior. NFPs can access expertise in all these areas

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