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Afraid of Outliving Your Assets in Retirement? QLACs May Help Ease Your Fears

By Kathy Cantor, CPA Americans are living longer in retirement and they will need an income stream during that time. More retirees now rely on defined contributions plans, so the issue of how to guarantee an income stream from these plans needed to be addressed.


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Cultivating an Effective Working Relationship with Your Treasurer

We often squander valuable resources. A Treasurer is a precious resource and we need to make sure we maximize the potential of that resource. Universally, nonprofit organizations indirectly undermine the benefits that can come from an interactive treasurer relationship. Why does this happen? Simply, nonprofit organizations just have too many barriers in place. Some of these barriers come from poorly designed governance policies and practices. But many of these barriers come from human nature itself. We need to work smarter when it comes to effectively integrating our treasurers into the fabric of our financial management systems. The results will be beneficial and fulfilling.


OMB Proposes Grants Management Reform

In response to a February 2011 Executive Order on regulatory flexibility, the OMB is issuing proposed guidance in the Federal Register and is seeking input from the federal grants community. The subject areas include the following.


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