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2016 Association Tax Update:
Understanding New Requirements and Regulations for Compliant Filings
Recorded on March 2, 2016

It’s Form 990 and tax season, and that means associations must reexamine everything from specific changes to the Form 990 to updated information on tax reforms such as the PATH Act and the ACA.

Completing your taxes the right way takes far more than a general overview of its latest updates and features: you need to know specifically how these will affect what you must do to protect your association’s or nonprofit’s tax-exempt status.

Here’s how to get the guidance you need so that you can get the Form 990 and other new tax requirements right.

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It’s Form 990 and tax season, and that means associations must reexamine everything from specific changes to the Form 990 to updated information on tax reforms such as the PATH Act and the ACA.

Completing your taxes the right way takes far more than a general overview of its latest updates and features: you need to know specifically how these will affect what you must do to protect your association’s or nonprofit’s tax-exempt status.

Here’s how to get the guidance you need so that you can get the Form 990 and other new tax requirements right.

Register now for 2016 Association Tax Update: Understanding New Requirements and Regulations for Compliant Filings to learn about new tax changes for associations and nonprofits. From the PATH Act of 2015 to new tax reporting requirements under the Affordable Care Act, this webinar will give you all you need to know to be prepared for the 2016 tax season. 

Reserve your space now for expert, association-focused guidance on best practices for your 2016 tax filings, including:

  • The PATH Act of 2015 and the impact it is having on associations and nonprofits
  • Review of the tax extenders and provisions that are now permanent
  • Tax reporting requirements under the Affordable Care Act
  • How to better read, present, and understand the Form 990

Remember, the better your understanding of association-specific new tax changes for 2016, the stronger your ability to protect your tax-exempt status and your organization’s image.

Meet Your Trainer
Fred Longwood, CPA, MST, is a manager of Tate and Tryon's Exempt Organization Tax Department with over 15 years of experience working with a broad range of tax-exempt organizations including research and educational organizations, public charities, civic leagues, membership organizations, and private foundations. He has advised exempt organizations on a variety of issues including Taxation of employee benefit plans, intermediate sanctions, unrelated business income tax, and taxable subsidiaries. Fred is a member of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and the Greater Washington Society of CPAs (GWSCPA).

Who Will Benefit
This webinar is of value to all trade associations, 501(c) organizations and industry groups seeking to maintain tax-exempt status. Attendees who will benefit the most include:

  • Association/nonprofit CFO's
  • In-house accountants
  • Directors of Finance
  • Directors of Operations

Register today to get the association-specific guidance you need to avoid penalties and transform the Form 990 and other tax requirements from a burden into an asset.

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