November 23, 2022


Webinar


2.5 Total CPE Credits

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Program Services & Governance: Form 990 Parts III & VI

Learning Objectives

After attending this presentation you will be able to...

  • Recognize the quantitative detail required in reporting on the organization's largest three program arenas' "accomplishments," including the expenditures detail required to be entered by 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) filers in the headers to Part III's Lines 4a-4d
  • Identify required Part III reporting when there has been any of the following: significant changes to programs, the addition of new programs, or cessation of prior-conducted programs
  • Embrace and appreciate: (a) the key six governance inquiries in Part VI of the Core Form that have the most important ramifications from a public relations perspective; and (b) the narrative disclosures required on Schedule O for all key Part VI disclosures (and understand where the face of the Form cannot be relied upon!)
  • Understand which Part VI lines are "most reviewed" by State regulators
  • Learn the objective criteria by which a board of directors has sufficiently been provided Form 990 pre-filing in manner sufficient to garner a "Yes" answer to the inquiry at Part VI's Line 11a
  • Identify the multiple disclosures required when a management company is employed at any time in the tax year being reported upon, and contrast these with Part VII-A

Major Topics

The major topics that will be covered in this class include:

  • Part III's mandated disclosures with respect to the "largest three" programs conducted in the filing period
  • Handling public relations needs when the size measures for "largest three" result in omission of a 'top 3' program
  • Function of Part III as an ongoing updating of the filer's listing of all activities being performed as of the tax year being reported upon
  • Properly reporting upon new or changed programmatic efforts and appropriate reporting on program cessation
  • Function (and methodology) of Part VI, with emphasis on its six most important inquiries
  • Role of Schedule O in providing mandated narration of governance practices inquired of in Part VI
  • Common 'foot-faults' in answering Part VI's key questions

CPE Credits Available

2.5
Total CPE
2.5
Taxes

Things to Know About This Course

Course Level

  • Basic

Prerequisites

Some familiarity with the nonprofit sector helpful, but not necessary.

Advanced Preparation

None

Intended Audience

Public accounting tax and audit staff, nonprofit organization's Treasurers, CFOs, and other finance/compliance advisors

Provider

CPA Crossings

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