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Accessing Information about Tax-Exempt Organizations

Resources for learning how to stay exempt and in compliance. Whether you are an organization or an individual looking to learn something about a particular nonprofit (your own included), or you specifically want to investigate their current legal or tax-exempt status, there are a number of resources available that can help with your research.  Investigating […]

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Tuition Waivers & Scholarships

Are you Complying with the Associated Tax Regulations? Fringe benefits have long been used to enhance employment offers, and the IRS has left some tax-free fringe benefits open to schools. One of the most important benefits that all educational institutions can use is tuition remission. This benefit allows educational institutions to provide free or reduced […]

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New Financial Accounting Standards for Nonprofits and What They Mean for Your Ministry

For fiscal years starting in 2018 On August 18, 2016, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued new rules for nonprofits. It is the first major set of changes to nonprofit financial statement presentation standards since 1993. The new rules take effect for fiscal years starting in 2018. What are the goals of the new […]

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Exempt Employee Classifications in California

California law presumes that all employees are non-exempt employees, meaning that they are not exempt from the Labor Code requirements, such as overtime pay, meal and rest breaks, and minimum wage. On the other hand, my experience with most church and faith-based employers is that they tend to want to presume that most employees are […]

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