Association Essentials: Understanding IRS Form 990
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July 9, 2015
Ohio Society of Association Executives
Associations, Financial, Operations
For any association executive, the 990 can be a powerful asset for past performance reflection, a snapshot of current standing or even a discussion starter for where the organization wants to go. It provides information on the filing organization's mission, programs, and finances. Although tax exempt nonprofits are required to file the IRS Form 990 every year, many may feel a bit uncertain about its different parts and what they mean. This webinar is ideal for those who would like to build confidence in their competency when working with this tax document.
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