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  1. Our Commitment to our Customers and Partners During the COVID-19 Crisis

    Latest Message from the Leadership Team at IDI As we continue to monitor and respond to the evolving situation with COVID-19, our commitment and resolve has not wavered. We remain focused on providing continuity of our services to our clients and p...
  2. Podcast Episode Featuring our Director of Marketing and Account Management Talking about the Evolution of the Client's Journey at IDI

  3. Podcast Episode Featuring our President and Vice President Discussing IDI's Long History

  4. Archived Customer Newsletters

    In case you missed any of our monthly Customer Newsletters, below are links to previous Customer Newsletters: March 2020 Update on business as usual, customer service tip if you're working remote, and introducing our newest Account Manager...
  5. How have the 2018 tax changes impacted non-profits?

    The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the TCJA) will likely have a significant impact on non-profits.  Most of the changes took effect on January 1, 2018.  The key changes impacting a non-profit's financials are outlined below. The UBTI (Un...
  6. What are common accounting systems non-profits use?

    In addition to a payroll system for paying employees, most non-profits use a separate accounting system to manage their organization's financials (general ledger, invoicing, accounts payable, etc.).   Common accounting systems used in the ...
  7. How can non-profits calculate employee benefits, or fringes, across funds?

    If you’re a nonprofit organization your funding may be associated with a grant, a contract, or a program requiring reporting to track employee labor and non-labor expenses.  When funds are awarded to you by another entity, whether a gover...
  8. How are awarded funds budgeted and managed?

    If you’re a nonprofit organization your funding may be associated with a grant, a contract, or a program requiring reporting to track employee labor and non-labor expenses.  When funds are awarded to you by another entity, whether a gover...
  9. How are non-profits funded?

    If you’re a nonprofit organization your funding may be associated with a grant, a contract, or a program requiring reporting to track employee labor and non-labor expenses.  When funds are awarded to you by another entity, whether a gover...
  10. What is a grant?

    If you’re a non-profit organization and you are at least partially funded by grant money, then you are subject to accountability to the funding source that awarded you the grant.   A grant is an award of financial resources, or funds, by...