We are here once again to update you on recent tax law changes related to the Form 990-T and the Qualified Transportation Benefits Tax. These fringe benefits allow employe...Read More
Does your not-for-profit organization perform a risk assessment? Does your nonprofit board even know what a risk assessment is?
This article provides guidance that all not-for-profit organizations can use as a starting poi...Read More
Even though your organization may be tax-exempt, you’ll still have to file certain Internal Revenue Service (IRS) forms, such as Form 990. This form can actually be extremely helpful in providing a picture of your nonpro...Read More
The Census is coming in 2020, and the stakes are high for Washington State. The data gathered through the Census is used to distribute funds for schools, health and social services, roads, and other programs that make our state a special place to live. It is important for n...Read More
As your organization grows, avoiding every single mistake — especially when it comes to accounting — is an unreasonable goal. However, if you know what to look out for, a smooth and relatively problem-free nonprofit accounting process is achievable.