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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 Joins Leading Edge Alliance

Tate & Tryon is pleased to announce that it has joined one of the most prestigious global accounting firm alliances - Leading Edge Alliance (LEA Global). As the second largest international professional association in the world, LEA Global is made up of more than 200 independently owned accounting and advisory firms operating in over 100 countries with expertise in many service lines and industries.

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    • Overview of Taxable Advertising in Periodicals – The First in a Series…
      One of the most common forms of unrelated business income (UBI) encountered by tax-exempt organizations is advertising revenue. In general, the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) considers “advertising” to be a taxable activity. Typically, exempt organizations generate advertising revenue through magazines, journals, website banner ads or links, and meeting brochures.
      Exempt Organization TaxBy Doug Boedeker, CPA, CMA, Partner

    • Tax Extenders Legislation Moving Forward
      The Senate Finance Committee has voted to bring back almost all of the temporary tax breaks that expired at the end of 2013. In the past, Congress has regularly extended these provisions, usually for one or two years at a time, rather than allowing them to expire or making them a permanent part of the tax code. The proposed bill would revive these so-called "tax extenders" for another two years, through December 31, 2015.
      Exempt Organization TaxBy Lisa Heller, CPA, Manager, Exempt Organization Tax Services

    • Cy Pres Awards
      They say, "Close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades", but you can now add class action settlements to that list, courtesy of cy pres distributions. The term originated in the context of charitable trusts, where under the cy pres doctrine, courts could redirect charitable funds when the original intent of the bequest becomes impossible or illegal. For example, if the original charity were to become obsolete, the courts would find another charity whose objectives closely match those of the original to receive the funds. The phrase "cy pres" comes from the French "cy pres comme possible", which roughly translates to "as close as possible".
      Exempt Organization TaxBy Sara Smith, Senior Tax Accountant, Exempt Organization Tax Services

    • Changing Your Organization's Name - What you need to know
      During the course of an organizations life span, it may become necessary to change its name. As a general rule, organizations report a change in their name on the next annual return filed, either Form 990-EZ, or the full Form 990. The specific procedures for reporting a name change on an organization's annual return will depend on the form of that organization.
      Exempt Organization TaxBy Matt Vivona, Staff Accountant, Exempt Organization Tax Services

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