Nonprofit Accounting & Consulting Services
At Feeley and Driscoll, our accounting and consulting firm serves more than 100 nonprofit organizations throughout Boston, Massachusetts and New England. Our clients include health care and human services providers, schools, private foundations, trade associations, charitable organizations, churches and other similar groups. Through our extensive experience in providing audit, accounting, and management consulting services, our accountants and consultants understand the unique aspects of the not for profit sector.
Our CPA firm has a thorough understanding of the importance of the many factors that determine the success of your organization including: funding from federal and state agencies as well as individual and corporate donations and compliance regulations. These factors can determine how successful your organization will be as well as determine your ability to grow and continue to serve the needs of the community.
As a nonprofit organization, you are faced with a variety of concerns unique to your industry. Contact a nonprofit accountant or consultant at F&D today. Email us or call us at 1 (888) 875-9770 to learn more about how we can help put your organization on the path to success.
Our experience allows us to provide you with innovative solutions that meet the needs of your organization. Our non-profit accountant and consultant services include:
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IRS Form 990 - Upcoming Changes for 2010
On Aug. 19, the IRS issued instructions for the redesigned IRS Form 990, "Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax," which it had released in December 2007. Because the complex new form is designed to enhance transparency and promote tax compliance, filing it is expected to require greater public disclosure and more preparation time. Read the full article for details.
After much debate and anticipation, the IRS has issued a revised IRS Form 990 to be used by organizations filing for years ending December 31, 2005 and later. As expected, the new form has expanded disclosures with respect to related individuals, compensation and board members.Share this:
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