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IRS Reporting for Nonprofits

On February 27th, 2020, Diane was invited to teach a class at the Fayetteville Library on the topic IRS Reporting for Nonprofits. The specifics of taxes for nonprofit organizations is something hard to grasp for many new nonprofits. It is well understood that nonprofits do not have to pay taxes, but how do they report their finances?  Do they need to save receipts? How do 990s work and where do they go? In this workshop, we helped lead participants through dealing with taxes as a tax-exempt organization.

The Fayetteville Public Library was kind enough to live stream IRS Reporting for Nonprofits and save it on their website so that anyone can go back and rewatch it. Below, you will find a link to the class along with the booklet provided to participants that include our slides and all the forms you will need for your nonprofit.

We had a fantastic time working with Nonprofits that are doing great things in our commmunity. Northwest Arkansas is full of people who want to do good and make a difference. It was a pleasure learning what challenges they are facing and working together to find a solution. We would like to thank the Fayetteville Library for inviting us and we hope to teach many other classes in the future. Check out their events page to see other great programs that they host:

Download the slides HERE

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