May 25-27 IRS Tax Exempt Workshop in DC
Are you an exempt organization administrator, active volunteer or a student considering a career in the nonprofit sector? This spring, for the first time, the IRS will offer its popular workshop for Small and Mid-Sized Organizations in cooperation with two academic institutions, Seton Hall University (South Orange, NJ- March 11), and West Virginia University (Morgantown, WV-April 16).
Each one-day workshop, presented by experienced Exempt Organizations specialists, will explain what 501(c)(3) organizations must do to keep their tax-exempt status and comply with tax obligations.
Spring workshops also will be held in Sacramento, CA (March 16-18) Seattle, WA (May 11-13) and Washington, DC (May 25-27). Find more information on the IRS website’s Calendar of Events.
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