Joint Ventures That Meet IRS Criteria: Nonprofits and For Profits
Our challenging economy has forced nonprofit organizations to become more creative. They can no longer rely on the paradigms of the past to create meaningful programs and secure adequate funding. This course will provide insight and techniques, which meet the strict requirements of the IRS and other governmental authorities, for growing and sustaining organizations. The course provides the student with real examples of how organizations established programs that were unique and non-traditional to grow and sustain there operations. The challenging subject of unrelated business income will be clarified for programs of this type.
- Programs that can be conducted through joint ventures
- Forms of business organization
- Activities conducted with disqualified persons
- Securing IRS permission for new activities
- Reporting activity on Form 990
- Unrelated Business Taxable Income
- Identify techniques for establishing a joint venture
- Understand how to comply with IRS guidelines relating to joint ventures
Delivery Method: Self Study
Field of Study: Other Federal Tax
Prerequisites: An understanding of the basic rules or entity formation
Advance preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
Expiration: In accordance with NASBA standards, access to this course will terminate one year from the date of purchase. Incomplete courses will no longer be accessible beyond the one year deadline.