Not-For-Profit Accounting in Tempe

Should Rent be Included on Section B?

Non-Profit entities who file the Form 990 are required by the IRS to disclose the five highest paid independent contractors on Section B of page 8 of the Form 990. Many 990 filers interpret “independent contractors” as any amounts reported … read more

Requirements for Communications to Attendees at Your Special Event

You may be aware of the rule for sending an acknowledgement to a donor after receiving a contribution, but are you also aware of the IRS requirements when someone attends a fundraising event? Usually, special events provide some sort of … read more

Changes for Single Audit Submission

Required to have a single audit for the 2014 fiscal year? The Federal Audit Clearinghouse will not begin accepting submissions for audits with 2014 fiscal year ends until October 20, 2014. The Office of Management and Budget granted an automatic … read more

Team Members Volunteer with ICAN

Our September community service event was at ICAN located in Chandler. ICAN is a free service for Chandler youth; they provide various programs after school to help the youth achieve personal and academic success when dealing with substance abuse, gang … read more

Exempt Organizations and Sales Tax

In Arizona, entities are required to pay a “transaction privilege tax” on sales of goods, most commonly referred to as a “sales tax.” However, under certain circumstances, entities are exempt from collecting and remitting this tax. If your entity is … read more

Determining Level of Investments for Disclosure Purposes

It is important as a nonprofit to understand the disclosures you must make for investments your entity holds. Level 1 investments have the fewest disclosures required by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB.) These are valued at prices easily found … read more

Employees Donate School Supplies to At Risk Youth

Henry & Horne, LLP team members collected over 800 items for a back-to-school drive to benefit Youth and Families First. From backpacks, notebooks and calculators to binders, tissues and plastic bags, our team members overwhelmingly showed their generosity by donating … read more

Henry & Horne, LLP Team Members Get Creative and Volunteer at Ryan House

On Saturday, July 19, Eighteen Henry & Horne, LLP team members and their families volunteered their time to get creative and decorate the lobby and door of the Ryan House. The team colored beach balls, hung fish netting, signs and … read more

Henry & Horne, LLP Team Members Volunteer at Ronald McDonald House

On Saturday, June 28th, 17 Henry & Horne, LLP team members volunteered their time to cook dinner at the Ronald McDonald Houses. We prepared meals for 55 people at the Roanoke House and 40 at the Cambridge House. Any left-overs … read more

What is the Difference Between Donor-Advised Funds and Restricted Donations?

Donors advising on the use of their donation sounds relatively the same as donors restricting the use of their donation, doesn’t it? These are actually very different concepts. Donor advised funds are separately identified accounts that are maintained by a … read more


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Our Not-For-Profit niche is a strong team of experienced professionals who focus their work in the not-for-profit industry. Henry & Horne has been a stable local firm in Arizona for 55 years, and the Not-For-Profit niche has a long history of working with charitable organizations and other tax exempt organizations of all kinds. Our focus is exceptional client service and building relationships with our clients to promote communication throughout the year, not just at the time of the annual audit. We highly value and are very proud to be helping those who help others.


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