IRS Workshops for Tax Exempt Organizations
The Internal Revenue Service will hold three one-day workshops in Las Vegas, to help small and mid-sized tax-exempt organizations comply with their tax obligations and maintain their tax-exempt status. The workshops are designed for board members, officers, volunteers and staff of these organizations and for the tax preparers and stakeholders who work with them.
Workshop topics include:
-An in-depth discussion of activities that can jeopardize 501(c)(3) status
-Unrelated business income
-Gaming and employment issues.
The workshop cost is $45 per person and includes a handbook and relevant IRS forms and publications. Participation is limited to the first 200 each day so do sign up. For more information or to register, go to the Charities and Nonprofits page on the IRS Web site and click the "Calendar of Events" link.
When: Tuesday, March 29, 2011
THIS EVENT HAS PASSED
Where: Palace Station Hotel & Casino, 2411 W. Sahara Ave, Las Vegas
Age limit: Not available
Event posted March 10, 2011
Last updated March 10, 2011
- Two arrested in iPad robbery that caused death of teenager
- Sheriff weighs in on pimps, cops, hip-hop and cameras on the Strip, and more
- Photos: Tiger Woods keeps Lindsey Vonn hidden in Las Vegas amid engagement rumors
- Benghazi scandal is manufactured
- Head-on crash on I-15 leaves 3 dead, 4 injured
- Coronado tops Bishop Gorman twice to win state championship, end dynasty
- In writing book, Goodman ‘found myself to be a hero’
- Panel finalizes plan to send $37.5 million more to S. Nevada colleges
- Few big tax bills afoot, but plenty of little ones at Nevada Legislature
- A community comes together in the wake of teen’s shocking death
Penn Jillette’s weekend plans: Baby-sit Trace Adkins’ kids, beat Adkins on ‘All-Star Celebrity Apprentice’
LVH books a classic-rock act, and it ain't 'Rock Vault'; Brad Garrett turns to animation and stand-up after sitcom cancellation (1 Comment)
Horses of a different color: Crazy Horse Too-Crazy Horse III in court next week; Helldorado Days plots its future (2 Comments)
Locally owned and independent for more than 50 years.