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The Form 990:
An Association Field Guide to New Features and Updates
Recorded on February 19, 2015

Ensuring that your Form 990 communicates accountability to the IRS and to your members and stakeholders means cutting through generalities and zeroing in on the specific features that directly impact your association. It also means applying equally relevant best practices for everything from executive compensation to e-filing FBAR reports. 

With all the latest updates, that’s a challenge.  But if you do it right, you can turn the 990 into a powerful asset that protects your tax-exempt status and promotes your image.  Here’s where to start.

 

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Ensuring that your Form 990 communicates accountability to the IRS and to your members and stakeholders means cutting through generalities and zeroing in on the specific features that directly impact your association. It also means applying equally relevant best practices for everything from executive compensation to e-filing FBAR reports. 

With all the latest updates, that’s a challenge.  But if you do it right, you can turn the 990 into a powerful asset that protects your tax-exempt status and promotes your image. Here’s where to start.

Register Now for The Form 990: An Association Field Guide to New Features and Updates. This webinar focuses specifically on the latest modifications and the aspects of the Form 990 that are directly relevant to associations.  The session will also include a special focus on how to achieve rebuttable presumption for executive compensation, and an overview of required Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts filing.

New guidance for maintaining your tax-exempt status.  In addition to becoming well-versed in using Form 990 features and updates to demonstrate compliance, you’ll have greater power to use your filings to support your organization’s commitment to ethical practices and accountability. 

Register Now for expert, association-focused guidance on best practices for completing your Form 990, including:

  • The latest changes to Form 990 and their impact on associations and nonprofits
  • Tips for achieving rebuttable presumption for executive compensation
  • How to avoid penalties in reporting foreign transactions
  • What all nonprofits must know about mandatory e-filing of FBAR reports
  • How proposed tax reforms could affect your Form 990 filing

Remember, the better your understanding of the Form 990, 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
  • In-house accountants
  • Director of Finance
  • Director of Operations

Register today to get the association-specific guidance you need to avoid penalties and turn the 990 from a burden to an asset.  

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