Accounting for Good is proud to support the second year of a business degree designed specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander professionals, by offering a prize for the top student in the UTS Business School program.
It must be the nature of nonprofits that they are susceptible to being ripped off, and sporting organisations seem to be the most often targeted.
Most nonprofit finance staff we work with have either never heard of 'franking credits' or think that they are some form of high-end finance manipulation.. (and then there are those who think they are what you get when you return the unused hot dogs from the fundraiser)...
The benefits of note-taking include the ability to "[make] better decisions, solve problems, and work more efficiently as a group."
She reminded him that, as her supervisor, he was often frustrated about the way that she was implementing the plans that he had prescribed for the nascent organisation.
We at AFG are big fans of Google products, especially Google Docs. We have made a commitment to going 'paperless' in our office, and so a big part of that is using Google Drive for document storage, and also Google Docs and Sheets for our word processing and spreadsheet needs. Whilst these two products do not have all the features (yet?) of the Microsoft alternatives, the overwhelming benefit of being able to collaborate on a single version, and also being able to access the document anywhere, anytime far outweigh the disadvantages. We rarely use the other features and can find workarounds where necessary.
The people at HiverHQ have created a guide to the features of Google Docs, and we particularly like the Type as you Speak feature, which effectively allows you to dictate straight into text...
If you are considering Google applications, check out the Hiver spec sheet.