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CPE Self-Study

Not-for-Profit Certificate II - Tax Compliance

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    Not-for-Profit Certificate II - Tax Compliance Availability : Online Access Product #: 165410
    AICPA Member: $259.00
    Non-Member: $329.00
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Please Read: Not-for-Profit certificate product changes are currently underway in order to reflect new FASB ASU 2016-14 and the FASB standards. On July 31, 2018, the few courses impacted will be updated and replaced. If you do not expect to complete the entire certificate program by July 31, you may wish to defer completion of the few impacted courses until after August 1, 2018. Learn More.

This video-based CPE course is included in Not-for-Profit Certificate II. This track can be purchased individually or as a part of the full Certificate Program.

Learn from the experts with this video-based, on-demand e-learning experience. Set yourself apart and get the tools and strategies you need to sharpen your skills in not-for-profit (NFP) tax compliance. The program builds on the core concepts as you get insights from industry leaders.

You will learn how to apply techniques to successfully prepare an exempt organization’s IRS Form 990. Also discussed is how to identify when an organization may be liable for unrelated business income taxes (UBIT) and the most commonly invoked exceptions and exclusions to reduce tax liability.

This CPE program contains e-learning exercises, targeted case studies, and detail-rich interpretations to create a flexible, dynamic learning experience you can complete online in your own time.

Courses Included

Topics Discussed:

  • IRS filing requirements, including Forms 990 and 990-T
  • Reporting thresholds
  • Reasonable cause abatement
  • Unrelated business income (UBIT), exceptions and exclusions
  • IRS audit activity
  • Public support test
  • Establishing and protecting tax exemption
  • Excess benefit transactions
  • Common red flags

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the process to prepare the Form 990 core form and accompanying schedules.
  • Determine the effect of a particular transaction or significant event for Form 990 reporting.
  • Distinguish between organizational and operational requirements to maintain federal tax-exempt status.
  • Determine when an organization could be subject to unrelated business income taxes (UBIT) and differentiate between the more common exceptions and exclusions that apply.

Prerequisite: Knowledge of not-for-profit sector and exempt organization tax compliance basics

Advanced Preparation: None

Discounts

Not-for-Profit Section Members Receive Additional Savings!

When you log into this website with your AICPA member user account, the section/credential discount will be automatically applied during checkout. Should you have any questions or encounter any issues, please contact the AICPA Service Center at 888-777-7077 or service@aicpa.org.

Find out more information on the NFP Section.

System Requirements

About the Authors

Brian Yacker, CPA/JD

Huntington Beach, CA

Brian has over 22 years of tax, legal, and accounting experience in the exempt organizations area. Areas of exempt organization consultation which Brian possesses expertise include public support test calculations and planning, preparation of reasonable compensation rebuttable presumption binders and Reasonable Compensation Studies, governance best practices consultation, recommendations regarding effective Bylaws, conducting of EO Governance Check-Ups, compliance with the §501(h) lobbying safe harbor, proper functional expense allocations, maximizing charity watchdog ratings, preparation of federal and state Tax Exemption Applications, conducting of unrelated business income revenue stream studies, preparing state charitable solicitation registrations and the proper internal and external reporting of special event fundraisers.

Brian is currently an adjunct professor for the University of California Irvine, teaching the Nonprofit Accounting course in the Master of Professional Accountancy program. Additionally, Brian serves on the Board of Directors for the Long Beach Nonprofit Partnership (for which he is the Treasurer). Finally, Brian serves on the AICPA EO Tax Technical Resource Panel and the AICPA Nonprofit Advisory Committee.

Brian earned his Bachelors degree in Finance/Marketing from the University of Virginia and his Juris Doctor from the Indiana University School of Law (Bloomington). Personal interests include hiking and camping, sports memorabilia collecting, playing fantasy sports, Asian cooking, and spending time with his wife, two daughters and son.

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American Institute of CPAs

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