Is your organization taking steps to avoid the possibility of an IRS audit? If your organization is chosen for an audit, do you know what to do to ensure that the process goes as smoothly and quickly as possible? In the current political environment, it pays to be prepared. Audits can consume vast resources and imperil a nonprofit organization's ability to function through the process. There are some practical things
The following links will guide you to additional information on IRS audits of nonprofit organizations: Exempt Organizations – Help from the IRS IRS Annual Audit Plans IRS Audit Technique Guides IRS Charity and Nonprofit Audits IRS Electronic Reading Room IRS Stay Exempt Website IRS Tax Exempt and Government Entities Issue Snapshots IRS Tax Forum Seminars
Events May 8 Webinar: IRS Audits of Nonprofits - How to Avoid or Prepare Resources Guide - IRS Audits: How to Avoid or Prepare IRS Rejects Complaint Against Doctors Without Borders for its Medical Work in Gaza Date: October 24, 2018 In late August 2018 the Zionist Advocacy Center (TZAC), which is spearheading legal tactics aimed at NPOs working in Palestine, announced via
This six-page guide is part of the Charity & Security Network's Know Your Rights series, designed to create a defensive shield for nonprofits in the current political environment. (Please note that the links in the images below are not active, but active links are available in the PDF version of this guide. See below.) Click here for a printable PDF of this guide with active links to the relevant background documents and websites.
The Internal Revenue Service’s Exempt Organizations Division has identified organizations that do international work as a “Strategic Issue Area” for its FY 2017 enforcement program. Learn what this could mean for your organization, and how to be prepared if your organization is selected for audit. Recording now available Speakers: *Lara Kalwinski, Senior Counsel, Compliance and Policy and Executive Director National Standards at the Council on Foundations, on the 2017 IRS