Form 990 Common Mistakes
Who Should Attend: Individuals who are new to supporting, providing information for, preparing, or reviewing the Form 990, or those who would like more information on how to avoid common mistakes.
- Provide a “big picture” overview of the Form 990
- Discuss the most common mistakes made during the Form 990 preparation process
- Receive answers to your Form 990 preparation questions
Attendees will earn 1.0 CPE credit in Tax.
To receive credit, attendees must respond to three out of the four poll questions asked during the program.
Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this program
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Overview
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Field of Study: 1.0 CPE credit in Accounting
To receive CPE credit, attendees must respond to three out of the four attendance checks asked during the program.
Refunds and Cancellations: There is no fee to attend this program. In the rare event that YPTC needs to cancel the webinar due to circumstances beyond our control, all registrants will be notified via email and provided with alternative dates the program will be offered. For more information regarding refund, complaint, and program cancellation policies, please visit https://www.yptc.com/training-policies/
Your Part-Time Controller, LLC is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org
West Nonprofit Tax
Brian has almost 30 years of tax, legal, and accounting experience in the nonprofit sector. Areas of nonprofit consultation which Brian possesses expertise include public support test calculations and planning, preparation of reasonable compensation rebuttable presumption binders and Reasonable Compensation Studies, governance best practices consultation, recommendations regarding effective Bylaws, conducting of Governance Check-Ups, compliance with the §501(h) lobbying safe harbor, proper functional expense allocations, maximizing charity watchdog ratings, preparation of federal and state Tax Exemption Applications, conducting of unrelated business income revenue stream studies, preparing state charitable solicitation registrations, managing IRS and state nonprofit examinations and the proper internal and external reporting of special event fundraisers.
Brian is currently an adjunct professor for the University of California Irvine, teaching the Nonprofit Accounting course in the Master of Professional Accountancy program. Additionally, Brian serves on the Board of Directors of the TE/GE EO Council and also serves on the AICPA’s EO Tax Technical Resource Panel and the AICPA Nonprofit Advisory Council.
Brian earned his Bachelors degree in Finance/Marketing from the University of Virginia and his Juris Doctor from the Indiana University School of Law (Bloomington). Personal interests include hiking and camping, sports memorabilia collecting, playing fantasy sports, Asian cooking and spending time with his wife, 3 kids and 2 dogs.