Nonprofit Taxes & the IRS: Ep. 2 of A Modern Nonprofit Podcast

A Modern Nonprofit Podcast is back for Episode 2. Tosha Anderson and Ben Golden of Golden Tax Relief discuss nonprofit taxes and the IRS!

But before we dive in, if you were lucky enough to donate to a charity this year, The Charity CFO thanks you. As expert accountants for nonprofits, our team knows that contributions of any kind are important. There is a lot of money involved in the nonprofit world, especially on the business side!

This episode covers nonprofit taxes.
A Modern Nonprofit Podcast Ep. 2 covers nonprofit taxes and dealing with the IRS.

Nonprofit Taxes and the IRS Key Points

Aside from payroll, the leaders agree that compliance is the key. When considering nonprofit taxes, Tosha and Ben discuss the responsibilities of nonprofit board leadership. They also talk about why you must have plans for payroll, reimbursements, and compensation purposes.

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Administrative work is important for nonprofits, but if you are wondering if a nonprofit gets taxed, then listen in as Ben talks about how nonprofits can save money with taxes.

If you haven’t already, listen to Episode 1 of A Modern Nonprofit Podcast here. Tosha talks with Eileen McGhee of Veer Up to talk about how to reduce racism, be a diverse organization and promote a positive nonprofit culture.

Additional Links

Questions about the IRS and your nonprofit? The conversation continues at A Modern Nonprofit Facebook Group. Here, professionals collaborate to talk about industry trends and issues. Don’t miss out.

Additionally, if you are seeking help with wage garnishes and delinquent tax returns, check out Ben Golden at Golden Tax Relief.

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