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Posted on November 10, 2010

During last month’s Questions to Consider in Tough Economic Times webcast, John Mills discussed options for nonprofits facing financial challenges with a focus on decreasing expenses and increasing revenue. If you haven’t watched it already, you can view this very helpful presentation here.

In this webcast, Mr. Mills turns to nonprofits that are facing possible shutdown. He will advise on how to put your nonprofit in the best position possible if closure is unavoidable. He also discusses issues to consider in deciding whether a nonprofit can dissolve or may need to file for bankruptcy.

Presenter: John Mills of Barnes & Thornburg

Click here to view the webcast.