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Nonprofit Accounting Basics
The IRS Exempt Organizations group (EO) has admitted to at least some inappropriate targeting of politically-conservative Section 501(c)(4) organizations in the exemption application process.
E-filing provides nonprofit organizations with easier preparation and quicker submission of their returns with the IRS.
FIN 48, Accounting for Uncertain Tax Positions (now codified as ASC 740-10) was made a requirement for any entity with financial statements prepared in accordance with generally accepted acc
Most board members and charity CEOs know the IRS prohibits their organizations from supporting or opposing candidates for public office.
During this down economy, the donation of goods and services are getting more attention as many households turn to such gifts as an alternative means of providing support for various causes.
Recent changes to the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) have made incentives for hiring eligible veterans available to qualified tax-exempt organizations.
As announced in 2008 and 2009, Treasury and the IRS have greatly stepped up enforcement of the filing requirements for Form TD F 90-22.1, Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts ("FBAR
The IRS maintains a listing of the code sections that apply to exempt organizations.
Once a scandal erupts, there’s very little chance any other initiative that has been undertaken by a group will receive much attention.
As noted in an earlier article, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently issued the Colleges and Universitie
Below are five articles from the Alliance for Justice discussing lobbying rules for not-for-profit organizations.
The issue of lobbying by 501(c)(3) public charitable organizations has long been a confusing area.
Many public charities have to pass an annual public support test in order to maintain public charity status and avoid being classified as private foundations.
On July 1, 2014, the IRS revolutionized the nonprofit world by finalizing and launching the Form 1023-EZ, a new streaml
In the first part of this two-part series, we provided a brief overview of the differences between the Form 1023-EZ a
The past decade has been marked by the increasing commercialization of the non-profit sector.
In the first part of this two-part series, we discussed the growing commercialization of the non-profit sector, and examined how and when heavy reliance on “fee-for-service” revenue may be inconsis
The uncertain economy and tempestuous financial markets of recent years have led some nonprofit organizations to turn to alternative investments.