Not-for-Profit Blog

Blogs July 22, 2022 Deferred Revenue Versus Revenue with Donor Restrictions

An important step in determining whether funds received are a contribution or an exchange transaction is differentiating the funds as deferred revenue or revenue with donor restrictions.

Blogs March 24, 2022 Five Tips When Preparing Your June 30 Audit

In the NonProfit Times article, “5 Tips When Preparing Your June 30 Audit,” Christine Hall shares tips that nonprofits can use to prepare for their June 30 year-end audits.

Blogs December 14, 2021 NY Attorney General Suspends Schedule B Collection in Response to U.S. Supreme Court Decision

This blog takes a brief look at the circumstances around the New York Attorney General’s Charities Bureau suspending its collection of IRS Form 990 Schedule B for charities registered in New York. Charities are no longer required to disclose donor in…

Blogs July 12, 2021 Mandatory Electronic Filing of Federal Form 4720 by Private Foundations

A brief look at the IRS release related to mandatory electronic filing of Form 4720, Return of Certain Excise Taxes Under Chapters 41 and 42 of the Internal Revenue Code, by private foundations.

Blogs July 12, 2021 Supreme Court Strikes Down Donor Disclosure Rule

This blog takes a quick look at the Supreme Court’s decision wherein California cannot implement the nonprofit donor disclosure rule (which required charities to file with state regulators the federal form disclosing the names of major donors) – and …

Blogs April 13, 2021 Form 990-T Redesigned for 2020

A tax-exempt organization that has $1,000 or more of gross income from an unrelated business must file Form 990-T. Form 990T has been completely redesigned with many of the changes relating to the new regulations under TCJA.

Blogs April 06, 2021 Changes to the 2020 Form 990-PF

This article offers an overview of the changes for 2020 of which filers of Form 990-PF need to be aware.

Blogs March 30, 2021 Reporting Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) Proceeds on the Federal Form 990 and Other Changes You Can Expect on the 2020 Form

This content takes a look at some of the changes to the 2020 Form 990.

Blogs November 09, 2020 Are Scholarships Tax-Free?

Many not-for-profit organizations provide grants in the form of scholarships. A scholarship will be tax free to the recipient if the following criteria are met. It’s important to understand which scholarships are excludable from taxable income for th…