"Helps nonprofit corporations understand and comply with corporate governance rules and recordkeeping requirements, such as holding and documenting meetings, approving decisions, and setting up a corporate records book. The 2nd edition reflects current laws"--Provided by publisher.
Housekeeping 101: understand and organize your records
Obtaining board or member approval: meetings and written consents
Premeeting steps: how to call, notice, and prepare for your meeting
The big day: holding your meeting
Minutes for directors' annual and special meetings
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