FDU to hold “The Redesigned Form 990 - What's the Deal with Schedule J?” Tax Program for Not-for-Profits
Madison, NJ (June 3, 2009) — The Rothman Institute of Fairleigh Dickinson University will hold “The Redesigned Form 990 - What's the Deal with Schedule J?,” a program aimed at not-for-profits to promote understanding of the changes in not-for-profit tax law. It will take place from 9 a.m.-noon on June 15, 2009.
The event is sponsored by the Rothman Institute’s Female Entrepreneurs' Alliance, Compensation Resources, Inc., and Amper, Poliziner, & Mattia.
The seminar will cover how compensation will now be represented on Form 990, what additional compensation information will now be reported in Schedule J, what the impact additional disclosure will have on compensation programs, what policy changes the should be considered, how compensation is determined and documented, how the disclosures will affect safe harbor provisions and rebuttable presumption, and what penalties may be imposed if compensation is ever deemed excessive.
Paul Dorf, CPA, who has been a featured speaker at professional conference in the United States and abroad and Richard Sackin, who has over 30 years of experience working in accounting and taxation, will lead the session.
The cost is $49. For more information or to register, call Kim Dennison at 973-443-8880.
The Rothman Forum is located in the Rothman Institute at the College at Florham of Fairleigh Dickinson University, 285 Madison Ave., Madison, NJ 07940.