Form 990 Beyond The Basics
The IRS Form 990 is a valuable information gathering tool for the IRS to confirm organizations are meeting their nonprofit requirements. It's also important to donors and rating agencies in assessing and reporting the health of organizations. In this 60 minute session, we'll examine areas the IRS focuses on, common mistakes that can increase your organization’s audit risk, best practices to consider in return preparation, and the story your Form 990 is telling about your organization.
- What does the IRS focus on
- Common mistakes that will increase your risk of audit
- Best practices in return preparation
- What your Form 990 says about your organization
Tracy Paglia, CPA, is a tax partner with Moss Adams LLP. She has over 19 years of public accounting experience identifying and meeting the tax and consulting needs of Not-for-Profit and exempt Healthcare clients, their for-profit affiliates and donors. Her expertise includes areas such as attaining, maintaining and termination of tax exempt status, preparing and analyzing the Form 990, state registration and filing requirements, intermediate sanctions, compensation issues, forming and operation ... View Full Profile