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Characteristics of Financially Healthy Nonprofits

Financial health is about more than cash reserves and endowment balances. Having a large budget or complex accounting system does not always result in good management and long-term success. The financial health of a nonprofit depends on the organization’s policies and practices. This one-page handout lists characteristics that are good signs that your organization will be financially healthy over the long-term.

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