Monthly Archives: January 2012

Home office deduction

With unemployment still near the highest rate in decades, it is not surprising to find many people working out of their homes. Now may be a good time to review the criteria for claiming a deduction for the business use … Continue reading

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Unrelated Business Income Tax

Even though an organization is recognized as tax exempt, it still may be liable for tax on its unrelated business income. For most organizations, unrelated business income is income from a trade or business, regularly carried on, that is not … Continue reading

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Not for Profit Organizations: Maintaining Your Tax-Exempt Status

Obtaining and maintaining 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status is crucial to the success of charitable organizations. This online training provides you with the tools and knowledge necessary to keep your organization’s exempt status intact. To learn more about maintaining your tax-exempt status … Continue reading

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Form 990 Case Study

Before you file your Form 990, it may be worthy reviewing the case study below to help you get a better understanding of the new redesigned Form 990. The IRS developed this case study using a hypothetical disaster relief organization … Continue reading

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Small Business Tax Saving Strategies for the 2012 Filing Season*

Small Business Tax Saving Strategies for the 2012 Filing Season* INTRODUCTION 1: Welcome 2: Advice for Small Businesses from CPAs It is my pleasure to present to you a few of the important tax issues that may have an impact … Continue reading

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