Katie Brown – Rea CPA
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Oct 10, 2018
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Tax-Exempt Determination Letters, Financial Data Now Available Online

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS), has recently improved one of their nonprofit web pages in a way that may save you time and money.
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Apr 11, 2018
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Getting To Know The ‘Business End’ Of Charitable Donations

Nonprofits can do even more to support their donors throughout the year.
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Nov 2, 2017
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Receive Full Credit For Your Form 990 Answers

When it comes to your Form 990, unless you completely understand what is being asked and why, you may be providing answers that while accurate, are not necessarily correct. Read on to learn more.
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Aug 9, 2017
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Build Up Your Organization’s Resistance To Fraud

No organization is immune to fraud. But there are steps you can take to build your organization's resistance to it. Be sure to check out these tips on implementing internal controls in your business.
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May 3, 2017
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Will Recent Changes To Ohio’s Late Fees Impact Your Nonprofit?

Wondering what the recent change to ORC 1716.02 means to your nonprofit organization? Read on to find out.
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Aug 10, 2016
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Your Nonprofit Isn’t Exempt From Filing This Form

What do an uncashed check, a refund and a customer over-payment have in common? If not paid to the rightful owner by a specific time, they may become unclaimed funds, and payable to the State of Ohio.
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Nov 11, 2015
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Let’s Play Doctor With Your 990

Have you ever been asked to review a draft of your Form 990 only to wonder what it is you should be looking for? You’re not alone. Think of this review like an annual physical. Let’s imagine that you’re the doctor, your organization is the patient and your 990 is the medical chart. It’s your … Continued
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Oct 10, 2007
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Who Is In Control of Your Internal Controls?

We live in an era where electronic commerce is dominating our workplace. The stories of missing inventory, large credit memos, duplicate invoices, incorrect bank reconciliations and improper accounting entries continue to mount. Every now and then, we even hear about a direct deposit being made to a fictitious employee. And all too often, we don’t … Continued