4 Tax Concerns for Nonprofits

Just because you run a nonprofit, it doesn’t mean you can completely ignore taxes. You still have to file. In fact, if your nonprofit fails to file its annual federal return (Form 990) for three consecutive years, its tax-exempt status will be revoked...

Guide to Preparing for an Audit of Your Nonprofit

Having an independent audit is a significant endeavor. Not only is it an expense, but it also requires a lot of preparation. The auditors will need access to all of the information they need to help them carry out their mandate — that is, examining your organization’s...

What to Know About Taxes and Nonprofits

Making money for stakeholders is the primary goal of for-profit businesses. Nonprofits are different: their primary goal is benefiting their cause. To qualify as a nonprofit, the entity must serve the public good in some way. No individual or shareholder may profit...