Not-For-Profit Accounting in Tempe
Many companies reserve a small amount of cash in a petty cash fund to cover minute, miscellaneous expenses. The petty cash fund is typically replenished at month end or when the balance drops to a pre-determined level, i.e. $50. The … read more
In March, the ownership of the National Football League (NFL) voted to give up their tax exempt status and become a taxable entity. The majority of the income generated by the league is from television rights fees, licensing agreements, sponsorships, … read more
Arizona Gives Day, the annual one-day online giving campaign, was hosted by the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits and the Arizona Grantmakers Forum for the third year on April 7. The first Arizona Gives Day event began in 2013 in order … read more
This past Sunday employees and family members from Henry & Horne, LLP volunteered at the Growhouse in downtown Phoenix. We split into teams to accomplish a few tasks while we were there. One team prepped a garden bed and planted … read more
There are quite a few differences between GAAP accounting and the rules for reporting on the Form 990. I was recently reviewing the rules on reporting contributions on the 990 and thought I would share a few that are often … read more
Many not-for-profit organizations receive donations in the form of assets other than cash. Therefore, it’s important to know the proper way to report these donations on your financial statements. Donated investment assets (such as stock) should initially be recorded at … read more
By definition, conditional promises to give are donor promises to contribute assets to an organization, assuming a specified future or uncertain event occurs. A condition is not the same as donor-imposed restrictions, but should be considered as a barrier that … read more
For the third year in a row, Arizona Gives Day is approaching April 7, 2015. AGD, which is a collaboration between the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits and the Arizona Grantmakers Forum, is a 24-hour online giving campaign meant to unite … read more
If your nonprofit has changed its name, the name change needs to be reported to the IRS. This can be done on your next Form 990. Here are the requirements for reporting this properly: File your next Form 990 by … read more
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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