The nonprofit chart of accounts tracks revenue and expenses and is the heart of every nonprofit accounting system. While for-profit businesses have one bottom line, making a profit, nonprofits have two bottom lines: fulfilling its mission and having the necessary funding to accomplish this.
Author: Joseph Scarano
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