Not-For-Profit Tax Return Preparation & Planning
A not-for-profit entity, no matter what its purpose, must be run like a business in order to survive. As any business, not-for-profit organizations are subject to governmental reporting requirements. Those may include, but are not limited to, an annual Form 990 for the Internal Revenue Service, a Form 199 for the Franchise Tax Board, and an RRF-1 for the Registry of Charitable Trusts.
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