The IRS has just completed the first substantial redesign of the Form 990, the annual information return nonprofits must file with the IRS, since the form was introduced in 1979. The revised form significantly changes the reporting requirements for many nonprofit organizations. Now, the IRS wants to know in more detail how your organization sets executive compensation and how much it is paying its executives; how it handles potential conflicts of interest; and whether it has a record retention policy, independent directors and a whistleblower policy.
This seminar is designed to walk you through all the new requirements so you will be prepared when you have to file the revised form. You will hear from attorneys and CPA's, including individuals who served on a taxpayer advisory group that provided feedback to the IRS while it was redesigning the form.
This workshop is designed for executive directors, CFO's, administrative officers, and finance professionals.
When: Friday, March 7, 2008
10:30am - 3:30pm
Where: DLA Piper (click here for directions)
One Atlantic Center
1201 West Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309
*parking will be validated and lunch will be provided.
This seminar will be held in New York City and will be videoconferenced to locations across the nation including Atlanta. To register, email email@example.com.
10:30am Coffee & Registration
10:50am Welcome & Opening Remarks
11:00am The new 990 - The IRS's reasons for change
11:20am An Overview of the New Form 990
1:05pm An Overview of the New Form 990 (cont.)
1:45pm The New Governance Requirements
3:10pm A Reminder About the Restrictions on Political Activities
Rec'd the above from Pro Bono Atlanta. Unfortunately they didn't provide any links to their own website or more information. If you're interested I would imagine an Internet search would be a good idea!
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