Nonprofit Tax Help

David McRee, CPA

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  • Get 501c3 tax-exempt status for your Amateur Athletic Organization. This comprehensive guide and reference is written in easy-to-understand language, but contains all the technical and legal information you'll need to persuade the IRS that your amateur athletic organization qualifies as a public charity that is eligible to receive tax-deductible donations.

  • Add nonprofits to your CPA / tax return preparation practice. My advice on how to learn the crucial aspects of nonprofit law so you can competently represent and serve nonprofit clients in their formation, operation, dissolution, and ongoing compliance matters.

  • How to contact David McRee, CPA for services or for more information.

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  • David McRee, CPA provides Form 990 preparation services, prepares Form 1023 Applications for Tax Exempt Status, and helps nonprofit organizations get relief from late-filing penalties related to Form 990. He also offers consultations to start-up nonprofits seeking tax-exempt status.

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  • What do you do if you've discovered that your organization hasn't filed its Form 990 on time. How to handle multiple years' late filings.

  • Many organizations that have a fiscal year ending during a month other than December get confused about which year's Form 990 to use.

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  • The due date for IRS Form 990 can be extended for up to six months if the proper extension request is filed on time. It must be done correctly.

  • The due date of IRS Form 990, Information Return for Tax-Exempt Organizations, depends on when the organization's fiscal year ends, and on whether an extension request has been filed.

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  • I provide low-cost tax return preparation services for small nonprofit organizations that qualify to file Form 990-EZ. I have over 15 years experience specifically in preparing Form 990 and Form 990-EZ for all types of nonprofits. I also have a lot of experience in getting IRS late-filing penalties waved for nonprofits and cleaning up messes.

  • Facts about the new IRS Form 990-N for nonprofits, in plain English. Find out how this new requirement may affect your nonprofit organization.

  • Free videos about writing a reasonable cause letter to the IRS for nonprofits to get late-filing penalty abatement or retroactive reinstatement of tax-exempt status.

  • Hiring a tax professional to prepare your nonprofit's tax filings and exemption application and to give advice is a decision that should not be taken lightly. You should seek out a professional with experience in the nonprofit field.

  • Lose your tax-exempt status because you didn't file Form 990 for three years in a row? Learn how to get your tax-exempt status back retroactively based on reasonable cause.

  • How to remove Form 990 late-filing penalties. Learn how to write a letter that will get your penalties removed. Example letters and penalty manual written by a CPA who specializes in nonprofits and IRS compliance issues.

  • Need help with your nonprofit IRS Form 990? Need to get an IRS late filing penalty removed? Consultations and assistance provided.

  • Don't pay penalties to the IRS for late filing of your Form 990. Let me help you get the penalties removed. Contact me and let's talk about your situation.

  • IRS Penalty Abatement letters - requesting relief from IRS penalties. If you structure your letter correctly and use the right language, your chances of success are high if you are a good candidate for relief. Learn how!

  • Understanding the notice your organization received from the IRS requesting that you file Form 990-N. How to respond.

  • With Revenue Procedure 2014-11, the Internal Revenue Services provides a streamlined procedure for small nonprofit organizations to get retroactive reinstatement of their tax-exempt status. It clarifies procedures for other nonprofits.

  • How to effectively use certified mail to send tax returns, letters, and other documents to the IRS. Certified mail alone isn't enough. Learn how to make it foolproof!

  • There are important changes taking place in the nonprofit world related to tax reporting. You need to be aware of these changes or you could lose your tax-exempt status.

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  • Tax topics for nonprofits. Essential federal tax topics for nonprofits in the United States of America.

  • Here is a list of circumstances where the IRS found reasonable cause for late filing of Form 990 and abated the penalties it had imposed.

  • Request a phone consultation with David McRe, CPA regarding your nonprofit organizatin's Form 990 filing, IRS penalty notice, or Form 1023 / 1024 Application for Tax-Exempt Status.

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  • The IRS has issued on June 8, 2011, Notice 2011-44 which sets out certain guidelines for requesting retroactive reinstatement of tax-exempt status and for demonstrating reasonable cause for late filing.

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