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Showing 2 posts from February 2014.

Corporate Sponsorships for Your 501(c)(3) Organization

Tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organizations can raise money by asking businesses to "sponsor" an event or initiative. These sponsorships can provide much needed revenue to the charity and can help to support an event that allows the charity to raise even more money.

The business that sponsors the event or initiative benefits from the public recognition and from the deduction that it receives for the sponsorship amount, either as a charitable contribution under Internal Revenue Code ("IRC") Section 170 or as an advertising expense under IRC Section 162. Read More ›

Categories: Nonprofit, Tax

Avoid Potential Tax Penalties on Foreign Bank Accounts and Investments

U.S. investors and businesses can be subject to severe tax penalties for failing to properly report their foreign bank accounts, investments and subsidiaries to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The potential penalties can be more than $10,000 per year, and can be assessed in addition to taxes and interest! Read More ›

Categories: Tax