Tax rules for your nonprofit stay legal and keep the IRS off your back Your nonprofit enjoys special privileges not available to other organizations but they come at a price. Nonprofits must comply with rules and regulations that don't apply to for profit ventures. Every Nonprofit's Tax Guide explains these rules and what your nonprofit must do to maintain tax exempt status and avoid problems with the IRS. This practical, thorough, and easy to read book explains both ongoing and annual compliance requirements for nonprofits, including: - rules for charitable giving and cash donations - Form 990 - unrelated taxable business income - annual IRS filings and disclosures - property donations - bookkeeping basics - working with independent contractors and volunteers - restrictions on lobbying and political activities The book also includes a chapter on the types of transactions that can get your nonprofit in hot water with the IRSIt typically results in a much higher sale price for vehicles compared to sales at conventional car auctions. ... If one of these exceptions applies, the donor may deduct the vehiclea#39;s fair market value as shown in a used vehicle pricing guide, such as the Kelley Blue Book. ... of receiving the vehicle that includes a statement about what you intend to do with the vehicle, such as improvements or actual use .
|Title||:||Every Nonprofit's Tax Guide|
|Publisher||:||Nolo - 2013-11-12|