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What do you think are some of the emerging trends in the future of nonprofit financial management? What are some issues that NPOs deal with and why? What advice would you offer those seeking a career in nonprofit financial management?

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One of the primary emerging trends in the future of nonprofit financial management seems to be that nonprofit financial management will require the ability to develop budgets and operate nonprofit organizations with decreasing financial resources. This is due to the fact that tough economic times means that there will be less government grants available for nonprofit organizations to apply for and or utilize, as well as the fact that there will ...

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