Because most charity Form 990 tax information returns are instantly available on the Internet, they can be an organization's most important public relations document.
They can also be traps for the unwary that lead to confusion, serious adverse publicity, media inquiries, and governmental sanctions. This session will view the full (long form) Form 990 from the perspectives of a donor and a regulator and discuss best practices for using the Form as a tool to provide transparency on an organization's operations.
Participants will receive a copy of the "Form 990 Compendium," the Standards for Excellence Educational Resource Packet containing sample policies and other important content to ensure your Form 990 can be a strong relational tool with the public, donors, media and the government. Participants should have their most recent Form 990 available during the program.
Follow your 990 line by line as we discuss.
* Recognize the Form 990 components that provide marketing and Public Relations opportunities
* Identify key areas that create "red flags" for the IRS, funders and potential donors
* Analyze you current Form 990 for its completeness and accuracy
Participants will receive a package of materials from Nonprofit Issues® and will have the opportunity to ask questions during the presentation. Any number of persons may participate at the same location for the same low price. Similar webinars are offered at more than twice the cost.
What is a webinar? A webinar is primarily a telephone conference call. You can participate alone or gather people around your conference phone and ask your questions. In addition to the audio portion, you can also follow along on-line as we review a PowerPoint presentation.
This program is approved to provide continuing legal and continuing professional education credits for lawyers and accountants in Pennsylvania.
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