Tate & Tryon’s Exempt Organization tax specialists have experience with both US nonprofit organizations with related foreign entities and foreign-based entities looking to establish a presence in the US.

They have worked with the IRS on foreign transaction issues including applications for charitable and tax-exempt status of foreign organizations. This experience includes the filing of the following Forms:

  • Form 8802 – Application for United States Residency Certification and Form 6166 Certificate of Residency
  • Form 1023 – Application for Recognition of Exemption under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code
  • Form 1024 – Application for Recognition of Exemption under Section 501(a)

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Is Your Organization Ready for Its Year-End Audit?

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Audit & Assurance12/11/2019

Preparing for your annual audit can be a bit of a juggling act as you work to close out the year, report preliminary financial results to your board and other constituents, while preparing for the audit. As you continue to prepare for your upcoming audit, here are several common areas to consider that hopefully will help facilitate a smooth audit, reduce any internal control findings, and minimize significant audit adjustments.

Tips on Improving Your Nonprofit’s Charity Watchdog Ratings

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Insights10/02/2019

Nonprofit Accounting-Tax-Technology10/02/2019

Podcasts10/02/2019

In this podcast, we discuss how charity watchdog organizations such as Charity Navigator, BBB Wise Giving Alliance, and GuideStar typically monitor and rate charitable organizations and what nonprofit leaders should be thinking about with respect to their organization’s ratings.

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