By exclusively focusing on the not-for-profit community for the past 25 years,the Jacobson Jarvis tax team has a unique understanding of not-for-profit tax issues and their impact on an organization’s reporting.
Our mission is to help not-for-profit clients understand potential tax problems and chart a course to successfully navigate the complexities of tax code.
Our nonprofit tax specialists have extensive experience with Forms 990, 990-T, 990-PF and exemption applications.We have developed in-house tools to help reduce your cost of tax compliance. And we routinely provide updates to our clients on cutting edge tax developments in the not-for-profit sector. We understand the needs of charitable organizations like yours because our mission, like yours, is to serve the community.
Our client list includes organizations of all sizes and stages of growth from new entities just seeking tax exempt status to large national organizations.
Jacobson Jarvis is an outstanding firm. I have appreciated their significant expertise with accounting and tax issues and very much like the way they allow access to members of their accounting and tax teams. They have done a great job with the audit as well as issues such as the Form 990.
-Glenn Ford, VP of Finance & Administration, Bastyr University
Our specialized expertise and dedication to quality service is nationally recognized. In addition to being frequent speakers at various not-for-profit conferences, our commitment to the not-for-profit community is also demonstrated by our involvement in the following activities:
- Popular speakers at United Way of King County not-for-profit training program
- Active members of the Not-For-Profit Committee at the Washington Society of CPA
- Resource panel member at the National Exempt Organization Committee
- Members of the Tax Exempt Review board
- Chairs of the CFO/Controller Roundtable
- Serving as volunteers on various not-for-profit boards and committees
In addition, we helped draft the AICPA comments to the IRS redesigned Form 990, the WSCPA comments to the Washington State Charities office on the new Charities Act and the Independent Sector’s Task Force on E-Filing.