Silicon Valley Bank’s failure shows we never really know whether a bank is truly safe and sound.
Discussing how the pandemic has challenged church and nonprofit ministry finance, finding the new normals, and more.
The Coronavirus Stimulus Package creates an extension of the Paycheck Protection Program with different eligibility requirements.
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Guidance on how to adjust and maintain strong internal controls.
For loans under $2 million, the SBA will assume the borrower determined in “good faith” that it met the PPP loan requirement.
Churches still in need of a forgivable loan should immediately restart their efforts.
Also, do you recommend a separate bank account for these loans?
Answers to 30 frequently asked questions from church leaders.
Restructuring your church’s debt when full payment, or any payment, becomes difficult.
Editor's picks of articles and information to help you keep offerings coming in.
SBA says religious liberty protections will be maintained with loan program for small employers affected by pandemic.
What leaders should know—including a change extending the application deadline to August 8, 2020.
Some considerations regarding debt to fund expansion or new construction.
Consider the value of strong finance and audit subcommittees with specific responsibilities.
Church financial reporting is a crucial part of church governance. That's why it's wise to remember your audience.
How to strengthen your bottom line and eliminate activities that miss your mission.
For a mortgage loan application, don’t assume a consultant is best.
One crisis management consultant offers tips for churches to avoid bankruptcy.
How does a church account for fees charged on donations?