The IRS Form 990 is used by funders as a tool to track and scrutinize the finances, governance, and accomplishments of grant applicants and recipients. What information can be gleaned from the form? What has changed within the form since prior years?
• How to look and understanding your grantees 990 in depth.
• Common misperceptions and errors made on the 990.
Part of Philanthropy New York's Financial/Tax Analysis series.
Candice Meth, Senior Manager, Not-for-Profit Services Group, EisnerAmper LLP