posts tagged as International NGOs

By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | September 22, 2022

BDO Forensic Investigation at an INGO

BDO’s recent investigation at an international non-governmental organization (INGO) yielded actionable insights into how nonprofits can protect themselves. A convergence of factors — including a lack of oversight, internal controls and... read more

By Andrea Espinola Wilson | October 25, 2018

Funding Innovation in the Nonprofit Sector

Nonprofit leaders recognize the need to innovate, yet they operate in a resource-constrained reality. Many organizations are ensnared in the “starvation cycle” and are forced to consistently underfund critical infrastructure like... read more

By Adam B. Cole | October 17, 2018

Is Running a Nonprofit with a For-Profit Vision the New Normal?

Does your mission blind you from making critical investments in your organization’s growth? BDO’s latest Nonprofit Standard blog examines three ways nonprofits can adopt a more business-oriented mindset to advance their mission and... read more

By Karen Schuler | March 02, 2018

Nonprofits Can’t Afford to Ignore GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)—the most sweeping change to data privacy in twenty-plus years—goes into effect this May, and nonprofits can’t afford to assume it doesn’t apply to them. Organizations with EU-based employees,... read more

By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | June 16, 2017

Webinar: International Tax Issues—Nonprofits Doing Business Abroad

Interested in learning more about foreign taxation risks for nonprofits? Join our webinar on June 27 from 1-2 p.m. EDT for a comprehensive look at international tax considerations for exempt organizations. read more

By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | June 12, 2017

Introducing BDO’s First Nonprofit Benchmarking Survey

To help nonprofits assess their key metrics, The BDO Institute for Nonprofit ExcellenceSM developed Nonprofit Standards, a benchmarking survey designed to provide tax-exempt organizations with a barometer to measure... read more

By Jeff Schragg | March 01, 2017

Country by Country Reporting: Unnecessary Compliance Burden for Exempts?

A coalition of 134 developing nations (Group 77), in partnership with China, recently appealed to the United Nations to create a new tax body to create tax proposals tailored to the specific needs of the developing world. Group 77s... read more

By Robert Kaelber | February 21, 2017

IRS Focuses on Employment Tax Issues During Tax Exempt Organization Audits

With tax filing season well underway, organizations of all sizes are beginning to identify areas of potential noncompliance, and for nonprofits, a common culprit is employment tax issues. read more

By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | December 07, 2016

You're Invited: Webinar Top Ten Risks Facing Nonprofits Internationally

On Monday, December 12th at 12:30 p.m., tune into our webinar for an engaging discussion on the top ten risks facing nonprofits with international operations. Along with our cohosts Venable LLP, we examine pressing issues that nonprofit... read more

By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | November 15, 2016

International Tax Issues Impacting Nonprofits Part 2: Foreign Income Tax for Employees

In the first installment of our international series, we provided guidance for nonprofits awarding grants abroad. Now, we turn our attention to nonprofits that have employees temporarily working or based on foreign soil. If your... read more