In addition, the lobbying and political activities of exempt organizations are facing ever-increasing scrutiny from Congress, the media, and the general public. The increased attention to this topic makes it even more important for you to understand these laws and their applicability to your organization.

Tate & Tryon understands the special concerns that exempt organizations may have regarding their lobbying and political activities. We understand the intricacies of these various tax laws as they affect your organization. We stay informed of the tax law changes as they happen, and we keep you updated on current developments affecting your business. With our expert understanding of these rules and their applications, we can help your organization stay in compliance, minimize any tax burden, and avoid unnecessary penalties and exemption challenges.

 

Among the services we provide are:

  • Form 1120-POL Tax Compliance and Reporting
  • Review of Allowable Activities
  • Section 501(h) Elections and Considerations
  • Lobbying Expense Calculation Methodologies
  • Nondeductible Expenses and Membership Notifications
  • Proxy Tax Compliance and Analysis
  • Political Action Committee Reporting and Compliance

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2019 Nonprofit CFO of the Year Awards: Celebrating Nonprofit CFO Excellence

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Firm News05/30/2019

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Help recognize the efforts and achievements of an exceptional CFO whose leadership has made an impact.  Nominate a CFO for the 2019 Nonprofit CFO of the Year Awards. Winners will be formally recognized at the 2019 Nonprofit CFO of the Year Awards Luncheon on October 10, 2019 at the Capital Hilton in Washington DC.

Important Compliance Updates for DC Organizations

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Exempt Organization Tax05/29/2019

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As states move to streamline their tax and reporting systems, more filings are being offered for submission through electronic channels such as state business portals. The District of Columbia has been no stranger to this phenomenon, with multiple portals available through their Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR), the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), and the Department of Employment Services (DOES).

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