For most nonprofit organizations, the IRS Form 990/990-PF deadline is fast approaching. This Form 990/990-PF deadline should also prompt nonprofits to engage in a start-of-the-year review of its state filings, insurance coverage, donor letters, bylaws and corporate records to determine whether any changes should be made for the coming year.
Our colleagues Richard S. Caputo and Jacqueline Motyl have authored a two-part Alert addressing these critical issues for nonprofit organizations. Part I of this two-part Alert will review Form 990/Form 990-PF requirements, Solicitation of Funds registration requirements, and Change in Officer/Director notification requirements, and will discuss appropriate insurance coverage. Part II of the Alert will discuss written acknowledgements, quid pro quo disclosures, potential bylaw amendments and potential modifications to corporate records.
You can read Part I of their Alert here.
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