Starting Off Right (Part II): What New Non-501(c)(3) Organizations Need to Know

IRS Tax-Exempt and Government Entities Division Exempt Organizations Presents a FREE Webinar – February 24, 2011

Who Should Attend

This new webinar was developed especially for new 501(c)(4), (c)(6),(c)(7),(c)(8) and (c)(10) tax exempt organizations – including social welfare, labor and agricultural organizations, business leagues, trade associations, social clubs, and fraternal organizations – and the tax professionals that represent them. Other members of the exempt organizations community will find the webinar of interest as well.

Learn about:

  • Doing what you said you would– How to ensure that your organization meets the “operational test”
  • Five ways to avoid jeopardizing your tax-exempt status
  • Annual filing requirements for exempt organizations
  • Tools you can use to maintain tax compliance as your organization grows

Register for this webinar at the IRS website.

Marilynn

2 thoughts on “Starting Off Right (Part II): What New Non-501(c)(3) Organizations Need to Know

  1. I missed the two-part webinar, but I kept the email as a reminder. Does anyone know how I can view an archived version? Thanks!
    Joan

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    • Hi Joan,

      Good question! I’ve been looking through the IRS site, StayExempt (http://www.stayexempt.irs.gov/) where they mash together all their educational offerings for nonprofits.

      I don’t see this webinar archived, but they do have a number of training modules that address the same topics.

      Let me know if I can be of further assistance!
      Lettie

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