Anyone like me who’s worked in nonprofit finance knows what the end-of-year crush is like. At the same time, you’re preparing next year’s budget and reconciling the books for this year – all while still keeping pace with the flow of year-end donations.
And, no sooner does the calendar flip over than you have to start producing records for the IRS: not just W2s and 1099s, but also (new and confusing) Affordable Care Act paperwork and your organization’s annual Form 990.
Last year we wrote a high-level guide to help nonprofit financial and accounting teams get through the end-of-year crush. We were thrilled with the response from readers. Now we’ve published our all-new 2016 Year-End Survival Guide, with chapters to help you close out 2016 on a high note and launch into 2017 with confidence.
In our guide you’ll find four chapters focused on:
- Budget review and preparation
- End-of-year financial reconciliation
- IRS Form 990
- Best practices learned from the first year of Affordable Care Act filing
Download the 2016 Year-End Survival Guide for the Nonprofit Accountant here.