Nonprofit organizations encompass a wide variety of missions. The IRS is laser-focused on these organizations to ensure proper reporting. As a non-profit organization, the IRS has specific reporting requirements that must be met each and every year in order to continue to qualify for tax-exempt status. The IRS needs very specific information regarding the annual non-profit’s Financial and Expense Statements and requires attestation services, Individual Program Expenses, and Revenue Support Schedules. PE CPA’s job is to help you navigate the IRS requirements specific to nonprofit organizations so you can do what you do best – serve your constituents.
What we do
PE CPA can help you from conception to maturity. PE CPA will setup the non-profit and ensure the exemption status is put in place correctly. As you prepare your non-profit to become a functioning entity, PE CPA can setup your accounting systems to capture the financial information per the IRS requirements. Annually, PE CPA will file your required annual tax return, Form 990, that needs to capture this very specific financial information. Upon dissolution, PE CPA can assist you with the required exempt purposes of all assets per Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code.