LUTZ BUSINESS INSIGHTS
NonProfit Tax Update + Form 990
11.30.22 | Recording
Even though tax-exempt nonprofits do not pay federal taxes, they do have to file an information form with the IRS. Form 990 makes sure that nonprofits conduct their business in a way that is consistent with their public responsibility. In this presentation, Lutz experts Hannah Goscha and Dan Sweeney will cover Form 990, as well as other hot topics currently seen in the nonprofit industry.
- Form 990 Overview and Best Practices
- 990-EZ and 990-N Filing Requirements
- Tax Updates for Nonprofits
Seminar Level: Beginner
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