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Nonprofit Accounting and Consulting

Tate & Tryon, CPAs & Consultants is a full service public accounting firm that specializes exclusively in serving a wide range of tax exempt entities, including associations, professional societies, cultural, educational, scientific, research, and advocacy organizations. We provide Audit & Assurance, Tax, Outsourcing, and Advisory Services to hundreds of national and international nonprofit organizations.

We also provide Technology and Financial Systems Consulting through T3 Information Systems, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tate & Tryon. T3 specializes in Microsoft Dynamics GP, SL, and CRM, as well as financial reporting, dashboarding, and budgeting applications such as OneStop Reporting, NetCharts Performance Dashboards, FRx, and Full Circle Budget.

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Changing the world is no small feat. Our unparalleled experience serving the nonprofit sector ensures that you will receive sophisticated solutions to your most complex financial challenges We believe that continued success among our diverse portfolio of leading nonprofits and association clients is linked to our high level of employee confidence Tate & Tryon brought us not only their extensive experience, but also a thoughtful, careful and respectful style. - David Craven Whether you have 3 years or 20 years of experience, Tate & Tryon will encourage you to make an impact and be a leader within the firm. At Tate and Tryon, our goal is providing services which exceed our clients expectations on a timely, and consistent basis
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Tate & Tryon Welcomes New Hires and Summer Interns

Tate & Tryon is very pleased to announce the addition of 4 new staff members and 8 summer interns to our team!

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    • So, You Don’t Solicit Contributions? Don’t Be Too Sure!
      Form 990’s Part V is something of a “catch-all” section that seeks to check on an organization’s compliance with a number of tax reporting requirements. Predictably, Part V asks about Forms W-2 and 1099, the filing of Form 990-T, foreign bank accounts, and other similar requests. One question, though, that chiefly applies to non-charitable organizations – including trade associations and advocacy organizations - is often overlooked, perhaps because its meaning is not immediately clear. Part V’s Question 6a asks, “Does the organization have annual gross receipts that are normally greater than $100,000 and did the organization solicit any contributions that were not deductible as charitable contributions?”
      Exempt Organization TaxBy Deborah G. Kosnett, CPA, Principal, Exempt Organization Tax Services

    • Electronic Filing – Preparing for the Inevitable
      It is a matter of when e-filing is required rather than if it will be required. There are forces within the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), within the nonprofit community, and among others interested in using nonprofit data for research that will encourage the increased use of electronic filing by nonprofit organizations.
      Exempt Organization TaxBy Subrina Wood, CPA, Manager, Exempt Organization Tax Services

    • Form 1023-EZ is Here
      Now available for filing on pay.gov: the newly-released Form 1023-EZ,"Streamlined Application for Recognition of Exemption under 501(c)(3)," which allows the smallest aspiring charities to fill out an application that's only 2.5 pages long.
      Exempt Organization TaxBy Deborah G. Kosnett, CPA, Principal, Exempt Organization Tax Services

    • Lobbying Rules for Section 501(c)(4), (5), and (6) Organizations
      The lobbying rules for Section 501(c)(4), (5), and (6) organizations are quite different than those for Section 501(c)(3) organizations. It is important for organization managers and staff of Section 501(c)(4), (5), and (6) organizations to understand the differences between these rules and those that apply to Section 501(c)(3) organizations, how to comply with the rules, and what the penalties are for noncompliance.
      Exempt Organization Tax

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