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Save thousands of dollars by purchasing the Nonprofit Comparables Assessor as part of an Assessor Series.
The Nonprofit Comparables Assessor™ & Tax-Exempt Survey is an easy-to-use desktop program that converts the compensation data reported to the IRS on Forms 990, 990-EZ, and 990-PF into infinite combinations of reports and analyses. The interactive graphs and screens present data on compensation of over 28 million incumbents reported on over 3 million forms representing 759 thousand unique organizations, searchable by subsector, geography, size, and date. All pay data reported from 1998 to the present are included, and the source documents are easily viewed with an Internet link.
ERI digitizes smaller organizations, foundations and those missed from data leased from GuideStar © 2002-2012, Philanthropic Research, Inc. Click on a graphic dot and retrieve source documents; this one feature of ERI applications is what separates ERI from other survey providers and why the IRS uses Assessor Series in 17 offices and no other sources. The Assessor is available in 2 versions - Professional (for compensation planning) and Consultant (for boards and in-depth research and consulting).
Demo Edition Nonprofit Comparables Assessor (CA Demo) is for salary planning and includes the following features:
Professional Edition Nonprofit Comparables Assessor (CA) is for in-depth research for organizations that wish to compare their executive pay practices with those in the for-profit arena. These features are included:
Consultant Edition Nonprofit Comparables Assessor (CA+) is for in-depth research for consulting, board governance, or litigation support. Features include the following:
ERI Salary Surveys for-profit US, Canada, and UK, companies and in the US, for nonprofits. Providing surveys conducted since 1967, ERI Salary Surveys furthers ERI's mission of providing reliable compensation data to companies both small and large (including the majority of the Fortune 500).
These $244.50 - $689 traditional salary surveys offer pure employer-provided survey input with data for both executive and non-managerial jobs.Special Offer to Assessor Subscribers: Participate in a salary survey and receive that survey for no charge.
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ERI Economic Research Institute, Inc. is a leader in compensation and job content information. Based in Redmond, Washington, ERI provides salary survey and cost-of-living research reports and software to annual subscribers for salary planning and/or Board or litigation support. With information gathered from OCR/digitization, web services, data-mining, both old-fashioned and new patented survey methodologies, and an extensive survey library, ERI’s staff of 50 provides subscribers with data including assessments on salary, relocation, cost of living and executive compensation. ERI’s compensation databases contain 20 years of collected data used by subscribers to analyze salary ranges, set competitive pay, research salary survey and geographic pay, establish relocation allowances, determine merit increases, prepare CEO and other executive compensation reports, and assess private industry and nonprofit salaries. ERI’s data covers the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and other countries throughout Europe. Over 10,000 annual subscribers worldwide rely on ERI for either primary or secondary source materials.
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ERI Economic Research Institute is an Authorized User of selected Statistics Canada data under Agreement Number 6184. ERI's intellectual property rights include Patent Nos. 6,862,596 and 7,647,322, "System and method for retrieving and displaying data, such as economic data relating to salaries, cost of living and employee benefits." Other Internet-related applications are Patents Pending.