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Understanding IRS Form 990 Series

TRAPS & TIPS FOR AVOIDING PROBLEMS

In collaboration with the Center for Not-For-Profit Accounting and Financial Management.

This intensive three-week course covers Form 990 series returns that are complex, little understood, confusing, or prepared incorrectly. The instructor will share his 30 years of experience preparing these returns.

This course is ideal for:

  • CPAs
  • Return Preparers
  • CFOs
  • Controllers & Accounting Managers
  • Accounting Supervisors
  • Bookkeepers & Consultants
  • Readers & Users of 990s

Program Outline

  • Timely return submission and avoiding penalties
  • Avoiding inconsistent answers
  • Answers to confusing returns questions
  • Demystifying compensation disclosure amounts
  • Differences between the audit report and return
  • Proper reporting of donations (cash/noncash)
  • Excess contributions for the public support test
  • Understanding required schedules from A to R
  • Relationship between 990 and state reporting
  • Calculating UBIT on advertising activity
  • Tips to avoid being audited by the IRS

Instructor: Laurence Scot, MBA, CPA

Program Dates (online)

Thursdays, March 11, 18 & 25, 2021 6 pm - 8:30 pm

Participants must have a laptop, PC, or iPad and a stable internet connection to connect to the class

Tuition

$550

Includes: Certificate of attendance and class materials

For more information, email ezavala01@manhattan.edu 

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