Guide to the Newest IRS Form 990: Interpreting and Complying With the New Tax Reporting Requirements for Transparency and Accountability (E-book)

Guide to the Newest IRS Form 990: Interpreting and Complying With the New Tax Reporting Requirements for Transparency and Accountability (E-book)

Product Information

Author(s):

Charles F. Tate, CPA, Deborah G. Kosnett, CPA, Douglas A. Boedeker, CPA, Subrina L. Wood, CPA, and Frederick U. Longwood, CPA, MST

Format:

PDF/Electronic Distribution

Topic:
  • Financial Reporting
Level:
  • Applied
Member Price:

$39.95

Nonmember Price:

$51.95


Description

Your tax preparer will wade through the IRS Instructions, but you must understand the implications of the 2008 Form 990, which incorporates the most substantive changes to the exempt-organization information return in some 30 years. The IRS is requiring more reporting related to governance, compensation, and other areas with implications for the public face and operation of your organization. Understanding what the newest 990 means will help your and your board make informed decisions. That's where this guide comes in. Guide to the Newest IRS Form 990, developed by CPAs from the respected accounting firm Tate & Tryon, goes beyond meaning, offering practical advice for understanding, interpreting, and working with the new 990.

(2009, ISBN 978-0-88034-305-3, 168 pages)