IRS tax workshop for small and medium-sized nonprofit organizations offered near Pittsburgh
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Internal Revenue Service will present a full-day seminar with federal tax-related information of interest to small and medium-sized nonprofit organizations, Sept. 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Robert Morris University, Moon Twp., Pa.
The seminar, 501(c)(3) Status: Keeping it Legal with the IRS, teaches small and medium-sized nonprofit organizations about their tax responsibilities. It is recommended for nonprofit executives and senior staff, personnel at grant-making organizations that work with 501(c)(3) grantees, nonprofit board members, volunteers representing new or emerging nonprofits, and certified public accountants, accounting professionals, bookkeepers and attorneys who work with small and medium-sized nonprofits.
Topics to be covered during the seminar include benefits and responsibilities of tax-exempt status, unrelated business income (to include gaming activities income), employment classification and filing requirements, overview of IRS Form 990 and required disclosures. A continental breakfast and lunch are included. A $50 event fee covers lunch and educational materials distributed during the class.
Robert Morris University and the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management co-host the event, which will take place at RMU, 6001 University Blvd. Moon Twp.
For more information and to register, please visit https://sentry.rmu.edu/OnTheMove/findoutmore.open_page?icalledby=findoutmore&ipage=60755&iattr=ssl&ivisitor=967781974939231. Reservations are limited and are on a first-come, first-served basis.
The IRS provides information to the public in a variety of ways, to include social media such as Twitter and YouTube. Charitable organizations, tax industry and business professionals are encouraged to follow @IRSTaxPros and @IRSNews on Twitter and to subscribe to IRS e-News, a free service that enables subscribers to receive e-mailed notifications of IRS-sponsored seminars and other tax-related news. To receive e-News updates, visit the official IRS website page www.IRS.gov/newsroom, then click on “e-News Subscriptions” and select from one or more of the several available options. Business owners and self-employed individuals can also find useful information at IRS.gov’s Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center, at http://www.irs.gov/businesses/small/index.html; information particularly useful to charitable organizations can be found in the Charities & Non-Profits section at http://www.irs.gov/eo.