New Video Series Helps Exempt Organizations Understand Redesigned Form 990 Requirements

The Internal Revenue Service has launched a new case study and video program to help exempt organizations and their tax preparers better understand the newly revised Form 990 series which must be filed for the 2008 tax year. The Form 990 series, redesigned for the first time in nearly 30 years, requires more disclosure and transparency by exempt organizations. With some exceptions, organizations that are exempt for federal taxation are required to file the Form 990 information return. The additional information will give the IRS and the public a better view of how the exempt organizations work, especially in terms of expenditures and executive salaries.

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