Category Archives: News

Episode 6: Donor retention + diversity in nonprofit tech

Your browser does not support the audio element. Online fundraising trends continue to point to growth within mobile, so it’s not a surprise to see another study confirming what’s been happening of late. “The State of Modern Philanthropy: Examining Online

Episode 5: New Giving USA numbers and diversity in nonprofit leadership

Your browser does not support the audio element. A flurry of natural disasters, a booming stock market and strong economy, and more mega gifts all contributed to another record year for charitable giving in 2017. Charitable giving in the United

Episode 4: Mobile trends and Jewish philanthropy

Your browser does not support the audio element. The M+R Benchmarks Report has become one of the most anticipated studies of the year. For more than a decade, it has tracked trends and data for nonprofits, ranging from email open and

Vanessa Puleo of Led2Serve Selects International Medical Global As Travel Health Insurance Provider

Led2Serve today announced its selection of International Medical Global as it’s new provider of travel health insurance. IMG is an award-winning provider of global insurance benefits and assistance services. Through their Outreach Travel Medical Insurance plans travelers with Led2Serve are

Dustin Rinaldi Shares Red Flags that Could Alert the IRS

The IRS audited approximately 1.4 million individual tax returns filed in 2012.1 That amounts to approximately 1% of 146 million individual returns filed that year. However, fewer than one-quarter of those audits involved face-to-face meetings with IRS auditors. The rest

Dustin Rinaldi’s Steps to Keep Retirement Income Flowing

After years of accumulating assets, the time will come for you to begin drawing on those assets to provide income throughout retirement. Before that day arrives, be sure to consider some steps to assist you in keeping your retirement income

Dustin Rinaldi Shares 10 Investment Mistakes You Should Avoid

Who needs a pyramid scheme or a crooked money manager when you can lose money in the stock market all by yourself. If you want to help curb your loss potential, avoid these 10 strategies. 1. Go with the herd.

Planning for Your Long-Term Care from Dustin Rinaldi

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 70% of people turning 65 can expect to use some form of long-term care during their lives. But less than one-third of Americans who are 50 or older have begun

Dustin Rinaldi Shares Tips on Surviving Market Turbulence

Most stock market investors are looking for the same result: strong and steady gains of their investments. Dealing with a period of sustained falling stock prices is not easy. All too often, investors react to a sharp drop in prices

Episode 3: Founder transitions and studying millennials

Your browser does not support the audio element. Conventional wisdom has always suggested that a nonprofit make a clean break from its founder, to avoid the dreaded “Founder’s Syndrome.” But according to research by Jari Tuomala and Donald Yeh of The Bridgespan