ACC501 MOD1 SLP1 Part 1-Nonprofit vs For-Profit Business Organization

ACC501 MOD1 SLP1 Part 1-Nonprofit vs For-Profit Business Organization

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Running head: NONPROFIT VS FOR PROFIT BUSINESS ORGANIZATION 1 Nonprofit vs. For Profit Business Organization ____________________ TUI University 3/26/12
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NONPROFIT VS FOR PROFIT BUSINESS ORGANIZATION 2 Nonprofit vs. For Profit Business Organization Introduction – Part I Nonprofit organization: Nonprofit organizations (NPO) such as churches, various charities, and the like, primary objectives include both public and private activities that do not incur monetary profits. The corporate world and other public entities contribute money and other tangible goods to nonprofit organizations for the benefit and development of the society. Therefore, dealing with such financial incentives cautiously to ensure donations are used for their intended purpose is imperative for nonprofit organizations. For a nonprofit organization, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation was selected because it assists people toward healthy and productive lifestyles by providing them with opportunities that curve hunger and poverty. Based in Seattle; Washington, CEO Jeff
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2012 for the course ACC 501 taught by Professor Dr.paulwatkins during the Spring '12 term at Trident Technical College.

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ACC501 MOD1 SLP1 Part 1-Nonprofit vs For-Profit Business Organization

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