Many nonprofits find government compliance documents difficult to complete and understand. With laws and regulations changing on a regular basis, this only adds to the confusion nonprofits face when trying to complete this documentation. IRS Form 990 is a federal tax document that’s intended to provide the public with financial information about your nonprofit.
While nonprofits do not generally pay taxes, the federal government is still interested in how nonprofits manage their money. From a compliance standpoint, completing Form 990 is an important responsibility of all nonprofits. This webinar is meant to clarify and educate nonprofits on the basics surrounding Form 990 including:
- What the Form Does
- Which Nonprofits Need to File it
- When it Should be Filed
- Which Form to File
- Common Pitfalls to Avoid
Our panelist, Douglas Cook, CPA with Cook & Company, uses his extensive accounting background working with nonprofits to help you understand what you need to know about Form 990.