As an exempt organization, you are required, by law, to have copies of certain tax filings readily available at your place of business. These include: Form 990/990-EZ/990-PF for the past 3 years Form 990-T for the past 3 years (if … read more
The IRS has recently announced that tax-exempt organizations with filing deadlines in January or February will be given until March 30, 2012 to file their annual tax return. Organizations that normally file forms 990, 990-EZ, 990-PF, or 1120-POL will be … read more
Recently, the Internal Revenue Service included new frequently asked questions (FAQs) on Part VI of Form 990, Governance, Management, and Disclosure. This section of the Form 990 pertains to information about an organization’s governance, management, and disclosure policies. The IRS … read more
Recently, I attended the I.R.S. Exempt Organizations Workshop at the Black Canyon Conference Center in Phoenix. Over one hundred participants attended from all walks of the nonprofit world life. There were two instructors who traded off speaking throughout the day. … read more
In my last blog post, I talked about a threshold level for the requirement to file Form 1023, (Application for Recognition of Exemption under Section 501(c)(3)). Here is some additional information about small social clubs and filing requirements. As you … read more
On July 26, 2010, the I.R.S. announced a one-time filing relief for small organizations that failed to file informational returns for three consecutive years. This applies only to organizations that can file Form 990-N or Form 990-EZ. Organizations that are … read more
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