This session comprises one of four Form 990 Master Classes available to those wanting intermediate-to-advanced training on the 990's most difficult arenas. Schedule L’s Parts II-IV require transparency of, and thus promote accountability with respect to, "insider transactions" conducted by exempt organization.
Public accounting tax and audit staff, nonprofit organization's Treasurers, CFOs, and other finance/compliance advisors
After attending this presentation you will be able to...
- Recall the five categories of IPs applying uniformly across Parts II–IV of the Schedule, as well as the joint venture category that also applies to Part IV
- Retain the d
The major topics that will be covered in this class include:
- Review of the "harmonized" five categories by which "Interested Person" (IP) status vests and explanation of the additional categories in play for Parts II and IV
- Tips for accessing appropriate documentation from Trustees-Directors, Officers and Key Employees as to presence of reportable events with them or with those who have IP status because of family member connection to them OR by due to status as a "35% controlled entity" of one or more IPs
- Handling Part IV's "business transactions" reportable thresholds and working with the possible exceptions from "business transaction" characterization
- "Yes, this means IPs will be named!" – addressing IP's privacy concerns and/or requests to omit individuals or company names when reporting business transactions on Part IV
- Reporting demands of Part II, including aspects of managing loans with IPs in favor of public relations needs raised by this part
- Reporting demands of Part III, including: drill-down into the two key exceptions to Part III's reporting of grants or assistance to an IP and address of educational institutions' exception from requirement to disclose names of scholarship or fellowship recipients and how same connects to governance reporting in Core Form 990's Part VI
Single course – EB9FD325 (Transactions with Interested Persons: Form 990 Schedule L), similar CPE training, or experience with this Schedule's instructions and their application