The IRS is coming to Montana, and it’s a good thing

The IRS will be hosting a training for small and medium sized nonprofits. Montana nonprofits don’t often receive this type of training from the IRS, and it is an opportunity to learn from the source.

The IRS Presents One-Day Workshop for Small and Mid-Sized Exempt Organizations

Register here.

This workshop will explain what 501(c)(3) organizations must do to keep their tax-exempt status and comply with tax obligations. This introductory workshop is designed for administrators or volunteers who are responsible for the organization’s tax compliance and organization representatives who are interested in this subject.

Topics in this workshop are the “nuts and bolts” of tax‑compliance for exempt organizations, and include:

* Introduction to Tax Exempt Status

* Unrelated Business Income (UBIT)

* Employment Issues

* Overview of Forms 990, 990EZ and 990N (e-postcard)

* Required Disclosures

Thursday, April 28, 2011, 9 am – 4 pm

Carroll College
Helena, Montana
Cost: $45, lunch on own

presented by Ryan Johansen, Senior Revenue Agent, IRS Exempt Organizations & Laurice Ghougasian, Management & Program Analyst, IRS Exempt Organizations

hosted by the MSU Billings

The second workshop will be held on Tuesday, April 26, from 9 am to 4 pm at MSU Billings.

Workshops are limited to 150 individuals each, pre-registration is encouraged.


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