Cash Flow Strategies: Innovation in Nonprofit Financial Management by Richard S. Linzer, Anna O. Linzer

Cash Flow Strategies: Innovation in Nonprofit Financial Management by Richard S. Linzer, Anna O. Linzer
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Cash Flow Strategies: Innovation in Nonprofit Financial Management

by Richard S. Linzer, Anna O. Linzer



Cash Flow Strategies offers nonprofit organizations an innovative approach to financial management. In this companion to The Cash Flow Solution, the authors, Richard and Anna Linzer, reveal their approach¡ªwhich emphasizes the use of cash flow concepts that enable an organization to have the working capital it needs. The book is filled with illustrative examples and includes the tools and templates needed to make these concepts immediately applicable to any institution.



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AUTHOR INFORMATION:

Richard Linzer is nationally known consultant and facilitator who works with a cross section of nonprofit organizations, businesses, and government agencies. With nearly forty years of experience, he specializes in the use of cash flow budgeting and credit by nonprofit organizations.

Anna Linzer is an award-winning poet and writer who, with Richard, leads retreats and sessions on nonprofit financial management. Her book of fiction, Ghost Dancing, received the American Book Award in 1999.



TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Figures and Exhibits. Acknowledgments.

The Authors.

Introduction.i

PART ONE: COMPREHENDING AND USING FINANCIAL INFORMATION.

1 The Case for Cash Flow Thinking.

2 Beginning with Budgets¡ªConventional and Cash Flow.

3 How Footnotes Make the Cash Flow Budget Even More Useful.

4 Forecasting in a Fraction of Time.

5 Monitoring: A Key Element in Developing Financial Strategies.

6 Cash Flow Analysis as a Strategic Tool.

7 Cash Flow Analysis from the Funding Community¡¯s Perspective.

PART TWO: ESTABLISHING FINANCIAL SECURITY.

8 Cash Flow Strategies in Today¡¯s Environment.

9 Cash Flow Opens the Door to a New Resource.

10 Banks, Creditholders, and Cash Flow.

11 Using Credit to Manage Fluctuating Cash Flow.

12 Using Credit for Dealing with Deficits.

13 Windfalls and Other Surpluses.

14 Using Credit for Venture.

15 Owning Versus Leasing: Real Estate Strategies.

16 Developing Effective Strategy from Cash Flow Tools and Principles.

PART THREE: FINANCIAL FUTURES IN THE CURRENT WORLD OF PHILANTHROPY.

17 Earned Revenue and Discounts.

18 Cash Flow Strategies and Philanthropy Today.

19 Cash Flow Strategies and Philanthropy Tomorrow.

Notes.

Additional Reading.

Index.