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Since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) in late 2017 and the Taxpayer First Act of July 2019, there are significant changes in tax regulations.  The IRS issued and revised several regulations that affect nonprofits and religious organizations specifically. Here are a few you need to be aware of: Tax-Exempt Organizations must file Form 990 electronically for tax years beginning after July 1, 2019. If your tax year ends on or before June 30, 2020, you can still file via paper this year. Form 990-EZ short-form filers (revenues less than $200,000 and assets less than $500,000) have an additional...

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churches, nonprofit, nonprofits, QuickBooks -

Wondering if your nonprofit or church should upgrade to the new 2020 version? QuickBooks updates their Pro, Premier, and Nonprofit versions each year. I’m going to detail the most useful improvements for nonprofit accounting so you can decide for yourself.

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accountant beside you, churches, nonprofits, Preventing Fraud, Radio Interviews -

Enjoyed my radio interview with the Philadelphia Agenda's Brad Segall earlier this month. We discussed the risks of fraud for nonprofits and churches and what can be done to stop it. Listen in and see what you think! http://wogl.cbslocal.com/2017/01/18/philadelphia-a...

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churches, how to buy QuickBooks, nonprofits, Techsoup.org -

Don't forget. Qualifying nonprofits and religious organizations can receive QuickBook Premier Nonprofit edition or one year of QuickBooks Online for a small handling fee.  To see if you qualify, go to Techsoup.org for more details. And if you decide to use QuickBooks, learn how to set it up efficiently for your nonprofit or church with: Using QuickBooks Online for Small Nonprofits & Churches QuickBooks for Churches & Other Religious Organizations or Using QuickBooks for Nonprofit Organizations, Associations, & Clubs.

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accountant beside you, churches, Desktop, Nonprofits, Quickbook Online -

QuickBooks® Online or desktop? Your nonprofit or church may be considering using the popular accounting software program, but how are you to know which version would work best for your specific needs? Both QBO and the desktop versions are geared towards businesses, not nonprofits. (The Nonprofit desktop version has very minor tweaks, including some specific reports and the ability to change the names of customers to Donors or Members, but is still a business product.) Both QuickBooks Online and the desktop version require some extra steps to track grants, funds, and programs, but they are popular with the not-for-profit world...

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