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New private delivery/express mail address for Exempt Organizations submissions

September 30, 2019

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Use the following address for private delivery or express mail for the forms shown above:

Internal Revenue Service

Mail Stop 31A: Team 105

7940 Kentucky Drive

Florence, KY 41042

 

The P.O. Box address for regular mail remains the same:

Internal Revenue Service P.O. Box 12192 Covington, KY 41012-0192

If you recently submitted an item to another address, it will be forwarded. You do not have to resubmit.

Help for Victims of Hurricane Dorian

IRS is providing tax relief to those affected by Hurricane Dorian. Visit the Hurricane Dorianpage for the latest updates, videos and resources for clients who are victims of Hurricane Dorian.

The IRS offers online training for charitable organizations that assist with disaster relief.Disaster Relief – Parts 1 and II discuss how charities may provide disaster relief, tax law, deductibility of contributions and tax treatment of relief recipients. Organizational leadership and volunteers

Focus on Fraud: Prevention and Detection Measures for Nonprofit Organizations

September 18, 2019

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Oct. 10, 2019 from 2-5 p.m. in #402 J.C. Penney Conference Center

News stories about fraud and embezzlement at nonprofit organizations abound.  Too many organizations find themselves dealing with these kinds of problems when an understanding of common schemes, and the implementation of relatively simple, yet important processes, procedures, and policies could protect them from many of these issues.

Join us for a discussion on how nonprofits can prevent and detect fraud within their organizations. Topics to be covered include:

  • Prevalence of Fraud and Recent Examples of Fraud
  • Common Types of Fraud Schemes
  • Red Flags
  • Preventive and Detective Internal Controls
  • Investigating Potential Frauds

Instructor Christina Solomon is a Partner in Rubin Brown’s Business Advisory Services Group. As a financial forensics expert, she performs forensic accounting analysis and fraud investigations. She has provided financial consultation to businesses in a variety of industries, including manufacturing and distribution, professional service firms,

Upcoming professional development class offered by the NPML Program at UMSL: “Hot topics in Volunteer Management”

September 10, 2019

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Friday, Sept. 27, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Room #004 Anheuser-Busch Hall/ABH (on the UMSL north campus)

Ask any volunteer coordinator what their biggest challenges are, and these topics will inevitably come up! From recruiting volunteers to managing challenging volunteers, our roster of local volunteer management experts will provide best practices to help tackle your top concerns. Facilitated by Katelind Hosie, MVMA President and Lead Volunteer Center Manager for the United Way of Greater St. Louis, this fast-paced day of speakers will give attendees practical strategies that they can apply to their own volunteer programs.

Topics and speakers:

  • Dealing with “problem” volunteers – Karen Englert, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis
  • Volunteer training best strategies – Stephanie Moreland, Circle of Concern
  • Volunteer Recruitment – Stephanie McCreary, Oasis
  • Special population volunteers – Curtis Parsons, Missouri Botanical Garden
  • Creative ways to engage volunteers – Jessa Glick, Easter