Posts Tagged: California

California Attorney General Here to Help Nonprofits

October 25, 2018 Posted by Steven Adamian in Non-profits, Nonprofits

Need help understanding a nonprofit’s reporting requirements with the California Attorney General’s office? Or help curing a nonprofit’s delinquent status with the agency’s Registry of Charitable Trusts? If so, help is here! The Attorney General’s Charitable Trust Section is providing a live webinar on October 30, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. to address these topics. Specifically, …

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Click a Button, Find a Grant, Now a Reality

Your wish came true! In a recent blog post, we told you about a bill passed by the California legislature that would allow nonprofits to click a button to find all state grants for which it may be eligible. As we and others suggested, thousands of Californians contacted Governor Brown and signed petitions to ask …

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Click a Button, Find a Grant

Do you ever wish your nonprofit could click “google” to locate government grant opportunities? That wish may come true in California. Finding government grant opportunities is a frustrating process, especially for nonprofits that have limited resources. In part, this is because there is no centralized location that lists all state grants. Thus, a nonprofit seeking grants …

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Some California Annual Tax Filings Now Need To Be Filed Quarterly

January 19, 2011 Posted by The Law Firm for Non-Profits, P.C. in Taxes

As of January 2011, certain California employment tax filings that were filed annually now must be filed quarterly. The filings include a new Quarterly Contribution Return and Report of Wages (DE9) in place of the Annual Reconciliation Statement (DE7). More information is available at the Employment Development Department website at http://bit.ly/lfnp211. Continue to use the …

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New Franchise Tax Board Filings for All California Non-Profits

January 11, 2011 Posted by The Law Firm for Non-Profits, P.C. in Taxes

Small California non-profits must now file an annual return with the Franchise Tax Board. Failure to file for three consecutive years will result in automatic revocation of state exemption. Until this year, California non-profits with gross receipts that normally did not exceed $25,000 had no filing requirement. As of January 1, 2011, all California nonprofits …

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California Franchise Tax Board Posts Organizations Exempt List For Public

October 20, 2010 Posted by The Law Firm for Non-Profits, P.C. in Taxes

At long last, the Franchise Tax Board has posted its list of organizations that are exempt from California franchise (i.e., corporate) tax. The list has been posted at http://bit.ly/lfnp120j. The primary purpose of the new FTB list is to allow the public to verify an organization’s exempt status. It also provides an organization the ability …

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