Ransomware is a malicious software that blocks user access to data and demands payment to restore access. Ransomware criminal networks are continuously
finding new ways to hijack your information. Now, we have discovered that cyber criminals have begun to use macro-enabled Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint files to compromise data. Macros
are a set of programming instructions that can be used to eliminate the need to repeat the steps of commonly performed tasks over and over again.
As a precaution, do not open file attachments from senders you are not familiar with. If the email is coming from a sender you know, you should verify with...
The FASB recently released the first of two phases of its project to improve the financial reporting for not-for-profit (NFP) entities. Read the Accounting Standards Update.
Who will be affected?
The amendments in this update affect all NFPs and the users of their general purpose financial statements.
What are the main provisions?
The main provisions of this update, which amend the requirements for financial statements and notes in Topic 958, Not-for-Profit Entities, require an NFP to:
- Present on the...
GuideStar is a website that provides impartial information about nonprofit organizations to the public for free. The website receives basic details about the organizations from the IRS, including contact information and a copy of Form 990. However, GuideStar encourages each nonprofit to claim its own profile in order to provide in-depth information that could interest donors, supporters and partners.
How to update your nonprofit’s profile
Claiming and updating an organization’s profile is free for all nonprofits. Simply go to the GuideStar website (www.guidestar.org) and click on “Update Nonprofit Profile.” First, request permission to manage the profile, which should be processed within...
Yeo & Yeo is pleased to host a breakfast seminar on August 30 featuring Mark Gold of Top Third Marketing and Kent Creager of Nationwide.
Join us for breakfast on Tuesday, August 30, from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m. at Horizons Conference Center.
For most tax-exempt organizations, Form 990, 990-EZ, 990-PF or 990-N (e-Postcard) is required to be filed each year with the Internal Revenue Service. If an organization fails to file for three consecutive years, it will automatically lose its tax-exempt status on the original filing due date of the third annual return or notice.
If an organization loses its tax exempt status, it is no longer exempt from federal income tax, meaning that it may be required to file Form 1120, U.S. Corporation Income Tax Return or Form 1041 U.S. Income Tax Return for Estates and Trusts, and pay applicable income taxes. In addition, donations made to the organization are not tax-deductible once the organization’s...
The Kroger Co. will donate up to $2 million this year to nonprofit organizations. Your organization can earn a share of that donation. Here’s how:
- Go to www.kroger.com/communityrewards to register your organization by filing the Enrollment Application, Terms and Conditions and your Letter of Determination 501(c)(3).
- Then, encourage members and supporters to register their Kroger rewards card online, using your organization’s name. Whenever the individual shops using their Kroger rewards card, your organization will earn money.
Each quarter, Kroger will pay up to $500,000 to participating organizations. The payout is based on the organization’s percentage of eligible spending related to eligible spending...