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Donors, lenders, and other stakeholders rely on the nonprofit's filing. This article discusses how to tout the organization's accomplishments using the form.
This article discusses practical considerations for preparing Schedule A.
This article gives tips on providing guidance to clients related to the new DOL overtime rule.
IRS Form 990 can be leveraged to generate support for charities and fundraising organizations. Learn more in this blog post.
Special events generate a great deal of excitement, but they can also result in headaches if compliance issues are overlooked.
This article explores three things not-for-profits need to understand about their finances in order to run a more effective organization.
For not-for-profit entities, payments in lieu of taxes (PILOT) are amounts paid to a state or local government in place of taxes, most commonly property taxes. Read...
This article is intended to be used as a guide for a Form 990 reviewer to identify potential red flags that should be examined or considered prior to filing.
Avoid common errors and learn about resources available to assist with Form 990 preparation.
Do you know the differences between the requirements of GAAP and the required presentation of financial information in Form 990? This reference chart will help you...