Working within a tight budget can cause some not-for-profit organizations to neglect their financial reporting. Office managers may be assigned to do the bookkeeping, but don’t have the time or expertise to do the technical accounting. Having accounting and financial… Read More
No matter the size of the organization, if you’re serving on the board you want to feel confident that the organization has the right governance policies and practices in place. Those pesky Form 990 questions actually offer a fantastic checklist… Read More
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is changing the way organizations do business, including not-for-profit organizations. To help you prepare for the changes and take advantage of new benefits, the Anders Not-for-Profit Group has compiled a chart on the most… Read More
While tax-exempt not-for-profit organizations don’t typically have federal tax liability, most are still responsible for filing an annual information return with the IRS. The IRS Forms 990-EZ, and 990 are public documents that include information about the organization’s mission, programs… Read More
The House and Senate have voted and passed tax reform legislation, and President Trump has signed into law. Now that tax reform is definite, we have highlighted some of the major provisions impacting businesses. Read the individual tax provisions.
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