The Form 990 is the foundation of the IRS’s efforts to ensure tax compliance by nonprofit organizations. Openly available on the internet, the Form also has become a “go to”
The Form 990 is the foundation of the IRS’s efforts to ensure tax compliance by nonprofit organizations. Openly available on the internet, the Form also has become a “go to” resource for funders and the press. Since it contains a mixture of financial reporting, tax compliance, and marketing elements, the Form can be particularly challenging to prepare and comprehend.
Join us on January 10th for the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York’s upcoming webinar, The Form 990 – What is This Thing? as T&T Audit Partner, Doug Boedeker reviews the key elements of the Form 990. Doug will cover some of the Form’s most dangerous traps for 501(c)3 organizations, as well as strategies for effectively reviewing the Form 990 with the Board of Directors.
(Thursday) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Speakers for this event
Doug Boedeker is a partner within the Tate & Tryon's Audit and Assurance Services practice. In this capacity he provides an array of audit, tax, and consulting services to a variety of nonprofit organizations and employee benefit plans. He takes particular pride that his family has contained at least one CPA every year since 1923. Doug graduated summa cum laude from Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting while simultaneously completing the coursework for a second major in arts administration.