Posts Tagged: Nonprofits

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When Nonprofits Need to File Form 990

Most people have Tax Day earmarked in their minds like a birthday or federal holiday (typically it’s April 15, although this year it’s April 17). Nonprofit leaders should have another day highlighted on their calendars for the next few years: when the annual reporting return, Form 990, is due. Tax-exempt nonprofit organizations don’t pay federal… Read more »

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Nonprofit Policy Special: 10 for Form 990

Tax-exempt organization need to have specific guidelines in place to be compliant and in order to meet the IRS’ expectations. It’s never too late (or early!) to invest in comprehensive internal and external policies and procedures. That’s why I’m offering the Nonprofit Policy: 10 for 990 special. You don’t have to feel overwhelmed or burdened… Read more »

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Expert Employers: Absenteeism & the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

For decades, employers enjoyed very wide latitude in disciplining and firing employees for attendance problems, even if the absenteeism was the result of illness or injury. The latitude has been significantly altered since passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in 1990. Let’s explore the some of the policy implications of the civil rights… Read more »