Tax Compliance for Nonprofit Event Fundraising [INFOGRAPHIC]

The following infographic lays out a few of the key items to bear in mind as you plan your next charity auction event. These are only a high-level overview of regulation and compliance issues that you may encounter with your fundraising event, so be sure to work with a tax, accounting, and compliance expert that can provide guidance for the requirements in your region.

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Is Your Nonprofit Eligible for a Google for Nonprofits Google Grant?

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Infographic | March 24, 2020

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The EmeraldPlanet is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization with its headquarters and television production studios in Washington, D.C. USA. Created in 1973 our leadership and experts work with research institutions, businesses, governments, universities, health care providers, clean water advocates, funders, non-government and community based organizations. These efforts are identifying 1,000 "best practices" to arrest, and possibly reverse, the ravages of climate change while promoting the development of alternative energy sources.

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