IRS Series for Nonprofits
IRS Update Series for Tax-exempt 501(c)3 Charitable Nonprofits
Registering now for a series of conversations with Internal Revenue Service professionals on three important areas of accountability for tax-exempt 501(c)3 charitable nonprofits. Presented by the IRS, Exempt Organizations Division; Hosted by the Center for Nonprofit Management at Lawrence Technological University and the Association of Fundraising Professionals - Greater Detroit Chapter.
IRS at Lawrence Tech - Register for the Series (3 Sessions) - $60
Series Dates and Times:
Session One: IRS Forms and Filing
Friday, June 10, 2011 -- 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Get the latest information on filling out IRS 990 forms.
Session Two: Unrelated Business Income
Thursday, July 21, 2011 - 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Register online for the June 21st session here...
Learn about unrelated business income and how to report it.
Session Three: Employment Taxes
Friday, September 23, 2011 - 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Register online for the September 23rd session here...
Explore the tax issues of various types of employment, including independent contractors and consultants.
Learning Circle For Nonprofit Financial Executives
Sharing To Succeed
The LTU Learning Circle for Nonprofit Financial Executives is a network of nonprofit financial executives meeting regularly for facilitated, peer-driven conversations to share common challenges and learn practical solutions and best practices. The learning circle is open to any person working for a nonprofit organization in a lead financial management capacity including CFO’s, lead accountants or bookkeepers as well as board members who serve on the financial management or audit committees. The Learning Circle provides a format for peers to discuss professional issues in an informal, self-directed group discussion. These conversations occur both on-ground at Lawrence Technological University and online. This shared learning approach seeks to provide professional development and promote exchange of new information, best practice knowledge and fosters solutions related to financial management at charitable organizations.
The Cultural Alliance for Southeastern Michigan is a partner and supporter of this Learning Circle: http://www.culturalalliancesemi.org/
The leader and facilitator for the Learning Circle is :
Robert P. Seestadt, CPA
Vice President, Finance & Administration
The Edsel & Eleanor Ford House
The host for these groups is:
Center for Nonprofit Management
Lawrence Technological University
Fundraising Conditions in 2012
A Seminar offered by the Center for Nonprofit Management
Lawrence Technology University
M218 Buell Building
This seminar of the Center for Nonprofit Management features Adjunct Professor Michael Montgomery who will provide analysis of the results from the 2012 Michigan Fundraising Conditions Survey. Learn how fundraisers and other leaders from nonprofits located across Michigan view their organizations’ 2011 fundraising results, rate current fundraising conditions, and predict for fundraising in 2012.
Study and Presentation materials from February 15, 2012 Seminar on Fundraising Conditions by Adjunct Professor Michael Montgomery availbale at Fundrasing Conditions Survey
Principles and Techniques of Fund Raising 101
Earn credit for the nationally known curriculum "Principles and Techniques of Fund Raising 101" from The Fund Raising School at Indiana University by taking the graduate course at Lawrence Tech University entitled Comprehensive Fund Development (MGT6083).
All participants who complete this five day course will earn credit toward the Certificate of Fund Raising Management (CFRM) from The Fund Raising School at Indiana University's Center for Philanthropy.
There are two ways to participate in this course to earn the CFRM credit:
1) Any graduate student at Lawrence Technological University may choose as an elective course;
2) Persons from the community may register as a Non-Credit Seminar with payment of a course fee plus cost of the text.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.