time to receive the money,in relationship to the effort they will be putting out is also an issue, with liability also some companies set aside a portion of their net proceeds and some companies take it right from the gross profit which is in my opinion more beneficial
Huh? Translation please, Ken.
I'm not A expert at this and can only give you my opinion based on the way I've experienced working in nonprofits, and learning new ways because the way companies setup donating,
A portion of their proceeds made from special events very so much nonprofit organizations we have operating expenses, just like a regular business if I tell you I will give you 10% from sales of a particular product I have to be specific is it that net sales or the gross sales,
then are there 30. 60 or 90 days before they get paid.
our fundraisers they get paid 50% of the gross sale on the 10th of every month No overhead, No waiting No inventory. no fees to join. and they do not have to recruit others to qualify for the direct sales
other companies can utilize the tax code, depending how good their tax advisors are to make more money from saving themselves from having to pay taxes on their profits, using two simple methods of bookkeeping cash or credit Accrur method. it's very complicated and I am not a tax adviser,
churches and nonprofit organizations are manipulated, or manipulate these tax codes, so by the time the the benefit
gets to the beneficiary one dollar of tax donation only returns $.10 or a particular fundraiser promises 30% of the net profit
but fails to make a profit it's very complicated.
most important is good-faith people can't stop helping just because there are unethical people out there it's our responsibility to do the best we can with what we have.