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Educational Programme
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Anna Evstigneeva
Problems of Financial Planning in NGO's
Public Administration
(Bachelor’s programme)
The work examines the problems of financial planning in non-profit organizations. The role of non-profit organizations is to attract financial resources. However, without proper funding, fund-raising activities conducted by volunteers may not be appropriate. Moreover, the practice demonstrated that, in the absence of a successful financial situation, it is not sustainable and profitable. Often spontaneous economic activity led to negative financial results, and in some cases, to bankruptcy. Organizations that still receive income do not know how to use the planning system wisely to continue successful work.

The non-profit sector created for the implementation of public, cultural, charitable missions is the main condition for socio-economic development, since the results of NPO functioning unite all spheres of the economy, including the interests of all economic entities. In the case of expanding and improving market relations, the financial problems of non-profit institutions are gaining increasing importance, both in Russia and abroad.

The relevance of this study is that non-profit organizations of different organizational and legal forms can differently cope with the type of financial planning. When studying this difference, new ways of solving the problem of financial planning may appear.

The purpose of this study is to identify and eliminate inconsistencies between financial institutions.

Object of study: scheme of planned NPO

The subject of research is non-profit organizations.

The study contains the results of the survey, which allow identifying problems associated with financial planning in non-profit organizations.

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