[Noisebridge-board] Fwd: [#599470390] Non-Profit account verification
dmolnar at gmail.com
Tue Feb 9 23:37:08 PST 2010
* That is in fact our IRS determination letter on the wiki. We will
need to file a change of address form. I remember vaguely that there
is somewhere to send off for a new letter once we have filed the form
but I don't know the details. If all else fails we can contact Carol
Gee, who handled the 501c3 process with us.
* The 990 form is the federal government "tax return" for a nonprofit.
Last year, we only needed to consider 2008 contributions to
Noisebridge. Those were low enough that we needed only to file the
"Form 990-N e-postcard." This year we will almost certainly need to
file the form 990-EZ or maybe the form 990. I strongly suggest
Noisebridge look into an accountant for this who has expertise in
filing these forms.
I also filed the state tax form (I don't recall the exact number),
again in 2008 we only needed to file a simple form.
On Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 10:57 PM, Seth David Schoen <schoen at loyalty.org> wrote:
> Jeffrey Malone writes:
>> So attached is an email I received from Google regarding the Google
>> Checkout account I'd setup for Noisebridge.
>> Ironically, it'd been setup since November, but I only just got a page
>> for it on noisebridge.net tonight -- and announced it at the meeting,
>> only to get this email 45min later telling me they suspended the
>> I found this on the wiki:
>> I believe this to be an "IRS Letter of Determination" -- however it
>> has the wrong address.
>> What do we need to do to correct this?
> Their instructions about EIN say
> • If you change your address after you receive your EIN, you must use
> Form 8822, Change of Address, to notify the IRS of the new address.
> Maybe if you file a form 8822 they would be willing to reissue the
> determination letter? Or maybe Google will accept the old one if
> the 8822 is attached to it?
> Part 2 is for a business with an EIN, like ours.
> OK, now I'm going to stop sending messages in this thread. :-)
> Seth David Schoen <schoen at loyalty.org> | Qué empresa fácil no pensar en
> http://www.loyalty.org/~schoen/ | un tigre, reflexioné.
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