| Since 2004
Audits, bookkeeping, software training, and tax filings, Judy does it all. She can even complete nonprofit forms for you! From being a teacher at Leisure Learning to giving seminars at the Houston Public Library and United Way, Judy loves to share her nonprofit knowledge. She's a member of the AICPA Not-for-profit division and a volunteer for Second Servings of Houston, Meals on Wheels, and Texas Accountants and Lawyers For The Arts.
For your grantors & donors.
Filing state incorporation and federal & state applications for exemption.
Filing of forms with the IRS & States
Completion of required tax-exempt organization forms.
Form 990 preparation for nonprofit information returns.
Systematic reporting to donors at the end of the year.
Tax returns for board members, volunteers, and personnel.
Cash flow management and fraud prevention consultations.
Get the best advice on your organization for the upcoming tax-season
What are some of the most common errors that are made on Form 990?
Some of the most commons errors reported by the IRS include incorrect tax identification numbers, missing schedules, and failure to disclose a transaction where a donor receives goods or services as part of a contribution to an Organization.
How does a 501 (c)(3) organization avoid losing its nonprofit status?
There are several requirements that must be continually met to avoid revocation. They must be operated exclusively to achieve its exempt purpose, and none of its earnings can be transferred to private shareholders. Annual tax filings must be made timely.
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