Tuesday, May 4, 2021 | 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Presenter: Leslie D. Irby, CFP®, AIF®, Relationship Manager | Vice President
Description: Reserve funds are important to the operation of a non-profit for the stability and flexibility they can provide. Adequate reserve levels will help sustain the organization through potential economic downturns and unanticipated changes in revenue, expenses, or mission. Building a reserve fund, or replenishing an existing fund that may have had drawdowns, requires two key actions by the senior leadership team. First, is a detailed assessment of “normal” revenue and expenses with a focus on quantifying risk to future revenue and prioritizing reductions in expenses when financial stress occurs. Second, is ensuring that an allocation to reserve funds is a formal part of the annual budgeting process. This session will provide specific recommendations for how to accomplish these vital actions.
1. Learn how to create the key list of questions that directly apply to your organizations revenue and expense analysis.
2. Learn how to create a Reserve fund drawdown timeline to determine the target size of a reserve fund and how long it may last.
3. Recognize how adding an annual budget line item for allocation to reserves can help you replenish reserves as well as be a prudent part of planning toward helping your non-profit manage through future financial stress.
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