Apr
28
2014

IRS Exempt Organization Newsletter 2014-8

On April 25, the IRS released its Exempt Organization Newsletter, Issue Number 2014-8. Topics include the following:

  1. IRS releases draft of easier to use Form 1023-EZ for charities seeking tax-exempt status
  2. Register for the Form 990 Filing Tips webcast presentation
  3. IRS to amend regulations regarding treatment of U.S. persons owning passive foreign investment company stock through tax-exempt organizations
  4. Register for EO workshop
  5. Procedural guidance update

 1.  IRS releases draft of easier to use Form 1023-EZ for charities seeking tax-exempt status


The draft Form 1023-EZ, “Streamlined Application for Recognition of Exemption Under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code,” announced in the Federal Register March 31, is a shorter and less burdensome version of the Form 1023. Most small exempt organizations will be eligible to use the Form 1023 EZ.

The Office of Management and Budget is accepting comments on the form through April 30. The IRS expects the Form 1023 EZ to be in use by eligible organizations this summer.


 2.  Register for the Form 990 Filing Tips webcast presentation


Thursday, May 8
2 p.m. Eastern Time

Topics include:

  • Preparing the Form 990-series return
  • Managing legal risks more effectively
  • Avoiding penalties
  • Explaining Unrelated Business Income
  • Highlighting online resources
  • Promoting EO resources

To receive CE credit (and a certificate of completion) you must view the presentation for a minimum of 50 minutes.

Register here.


 3.  IRS to amend regulations regarding treatment of U.S. persons owning passive foreign investment company stock through tax-exempt organizations


Read Notice 2014-28 for details.


 4.  Register for EO workshop


Register for our upcoming workshop for small and medium-sized
501(c)(3) organizations on:

  • April 30 – Provo, UT
    Hosted by Brigham Young University – Marriott School

 5.  Procedural guidance update


IRS Exempt Organizations periodically issues interim guidance to communicate immediate, time-sensitive, or temporary instructions to employees. These instructions are generally incorporated into the Internal Revenue Manual within one year.

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