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2018 Will See A Change in Form 990 Donor Disclosure Requirements

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IRS will no longer require donor reporting for non-501(c)(3) exempt organizations.
 
Beginning next year, non-501(c)(3)’s will no longer be required to disclose donor names and addresses on the Form 990 Schedule B. This change, recently announced by the IRS in Rev. Proc. 2018-38, will be effective for Forms 990 […]

Understanding FASB ASU 2018-08: Clarification for Contributions Received and Contributions Made

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In this audio podcast, Audit Partner Doug Boedeker provides an overview of the new guidance found in FASB’s recently issued ASU 2018-08 Topic 958, Clarifying the Scope and Accounting Guidance for Contributions Received and Contributions Made.

The Nonprofit CFO Awards – Recognizing Excellence in Finance & Leadership

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Checkout this Nonprofit CFO Awards Video that Highlights the Nomination Process and Provides Insights on Nonprofit CFO Excellence.
Behind the scenes of any successful nonprofit organization is the nonprofit CFO. Forging through changing financial landscapes, deciphering new regulations, and holding back budget overruns, the Nonprofit CFO does it all.  No longer are CFOs mere number crunchers and […]

Outsourced Accounting Touchdown! Game Plan for Success

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In the world of football, the playbook contains the strategy and plan for winning the game. It requires careful preparation and skillful execution, a devotion to hard work and discipline, and a desire to be better and climb higher.  Tate & Tryon’s Roberto Terrell is well acquainted with what it takes.  As a former college […]

Leap tall buildings in a single bound – Nonprofit CFO Superhero

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Know a Nonprofit CFO Superhero?
Behind the scenes of a successful nonprofit organization is the CFO – “faster than a speeding bullet, stronger than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.” Well, maybe not literally, but successful nonprofit CFOs certainly know how to navigate the financial landscape, organize their team, and serve […]

Up-Ending Accounting as We Know it?

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 1, 2018 – The Fiscal Audit and Statements Body (FAASB) has released a sweeping new pronouncement that will dramatically affect the entire financial accounting community.  The pronouncement, Efficiency & Clarity in Foundational Accounting, mandates that CREDITS will hence forth be presented on the left-hand side of the general ledger and DEBITS […]

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