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Put Your Excess Cash to Work for Your Organization With Cash Management

For the first time in years, short-term U.S. Treasuries have become attractive investments for cash. These U.S. government-backed, low-risk securities can be easily bought and sold and offer yields that help defend against inflation. If your organization has temporarily idle cash, it may be prudent to consider investing it in a cash management program.

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Put Your Excess Cash to Work for Your Organization With Cash Management

For the first time in years, short-term U.S. Treasuries have become attractive investments for cash. These U.S. government-backed, low-risk securities can be easily bought and sold and offer yields that help defend against inflation. If your organization has temporarily idle cash, it may be prudent to consider investing it in a cash management program.

Webinar: 5 Steps to a Successful Investment Program That Will Impress Donors

In this 60-minute webinar hosted by Numbers 4 Nonprofits, our CEO, Rob Roquitte shares his nonprofit investment expertise and walks through 5 steps to setting up a successful investment program.

5 Reasons Nonprofit Boards Are Changing Investment Advisors

Is it time to consider replacing your organization’s investment advisor? If any of these 5 concerns resonate with you, it might be time to find a new investment partner.

Dollar Cost Averaging: A Strategy to Help Nonprofits Invest in a Volatile Market

Discover 3 benefits of dollar-cost averaging when funding a new investment account.

A Nonprofit's Guide to ESG Investing

Has your nonprofit considered adding ESG to its portfolio? Our newest resource, "A Nonprofit's Guide to ESG Investing" addresses how ESG can be difficult to evaluate and offers 6 tips to help you decide if ESG is right for your organization.

Webinar: A Fiduciary Checklist for your Nonprofit's Investment Committee

A nonprofit's board of directors has a fiduciary obligation to ensure its organization's investment program is being managed in a prudent manner.

3 Key Components of an Optimal Asset Allocation Policy

Should a nonprofit organization with 100% of its assets in cash consider investing in stocks? This is a relevant question as short-term interest rates hover at near zero. The answer? It depends.

A Nonprofit's Guide to Structuring Investment Accounts

Has your organization’s cash outgrown its current spending needs? If so, it may be a good time to put that money to work for your nonprofit’s mission by creating an investment account. Our new resource, “A Nonprofit’s Guide to Structuring Investment Accounts” walks through how to consider the right type of account for your organization.

Elements of an Effective Investment Policy Statement

Have you reviewed your Investment Policy Statement lately? A clearly articulated Investment Policy Statement (IPS) helps meet your fiduciary obligations and acts as a roadmap for oversight of your organization’s assets.