As a result of no action, employees will be faced with higher payroll taxes in 2013.
Corporate reforms in the for-profit sector have prompted nonprofits to also re-evaluate their governance practices in an effort to enhance accountability. One way many organizations have responded is by establishing an audit committee or improving how theirs operates. This article explains the need for an audit committee, what the committee’s responsibilities are and lessons to learn from for-profit organizations.
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