Amy Eybsen

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    How and Why Private Foundation Financial Statements are Changing Under ASU 2016-14? Part 2

    The Financial Accounting Standards Board’s (FASB) Accounting Standards Update (ASU) No. 2016-14 “Not-for-Profit Entities (Topic 958): Presentation of Financial Statement of Not-for-Profit Entities” is the biggest change to nonprofit financials in years. In our two-part series “How and Why Private Foundation Financial Statements are Changing Under ASU 2016-14,” GHJ Nonprofit Leader Amy Eybsen illustrates what changes the ASU is bringing for private foundations. She will outline the reasons […]

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      How and Why are Private Foundation Financial Statements are Changing Under ASU 2016-14?

      The Financial Accounting Standards Board’s (FASB) Accounting Standards Update (ASU) No. 2016-14 “Not-for-Profit Entities (Topic 958): Presentation of Financial Statement of Not-for-Profit Entities” is the biggest change to nonprofit financials in years. In our two-part series “How and Why Private Foundation Financial Statements Changing Under ASU 2016-14,” GHJ Nonprofit Leader Amy Eybsen illustrates what changes the ASU is bringing for private foundations. She will outline the reasons behind […]

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        A Look at Donor Management Software for Nonprofits

        Excerpt from the Green Hasson Janks Nonprofit Whitepaper, Board Governance: The Path to Nonprofit Success Green Hasson Janks Manager Amy Eybsen recently sat down with Lauren Petersen, Foundation and Donor Relations Manager at OneOC, a nonprofit in Orange County, California. AMY: I have heard feedback from clients regarding certain fundraising management software solutions that work well and some that do not, so I thought we could discuss your thoughts on this important topic. First, tell me […]

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          The Evolution of Multi-Channel Networks Into Multi-Platform Networks

          Many Multi-Channel Networks (MCNs) are looking to expand their horizons beyond the YouTube platform. In fact, the term “MCN” is beginning to seem limiting to some, since “MCN” implies that YouTube is its content’s sole platform. Younger viewers dominate the MCN world, and they appear to have much more loyalty to the content creators, many of whom have become Internet celebrities, rather than the actual platform. Multi-platform expansion is key for MCNs to capitalize on the audience’s loyalty to […]

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