The New IRS Form 990: What Does It Mean for Your Organization?

1 min

For the first time in nearly 30 years, the IRS has completely revamped the Form 990, the primary annual public reporting and disclosure tool used by tax-exempt organizations. The result is a radically-redesigned document that will have not only significant implications for how nonprofits report and disclose key operational details, but also will require careful, proactive planning during the year to avoid embarrassing or uncomfortable disclosures at year-end. For nonprofits with calendar-year fiscal years, the new Form will be due by May 15, 2009.

Join us for this timely and important webinar as our panel of some of the nation's foremost nonprofit attorneys explain the most important features of the new Form and what it means for your nonprofit organization.

Slides and supplemental materials can be found in the file attached.