Summertime Slowdown? Not for Fundraising Compliance!

Kim O'Brien

June 30 is a big day in the world of nonprofit compliance.

As summer temps soar, financial reporting and renewal requirements are turning up the heat even more!

Don’t let charitable solicitation registration renewals and fiscal year-end financial prep put a damper on your summer. It’s a hectic time of year for many, but we’re here to cut through the confusion. Here are the most important items to consider:

For those on a July 1 to June 30 fiscal year:

  • If you’re not yet registered for charitable solicitation, it’s the perfect time to start. Applying with fresh financials means you’ll get the most bang for your buck in year one. Give us a call. We can introduce you to your compliance team and start the process today.
  • If you are registered and you filed an 8868 extension for your 990, it’s time to file your extensions with the states. This extra paperwork can become a real burden. Not to worry, though. It’s all covered as a part of our charitable solicitation registration service.

For those on a calendar year fiscal year:

  • If you are registered and plan to file your 990 on time, your charitable solicitation registration renewals are due ASAP in Illinois, Kansas, New Jersey, New Mexico, and Tennessee. Late submissions can result in late fees, so don’t fall behind! Our proprietary tracking software ensures you’re never caught off guard by a due date.

For everyone:

There’s no time like the present to invest in compliance. Our fully-managed charitable solicitation compliance solutions put your mind at ease. We’ll be hard at work ensuring your good standing is maintained nationwide so you can focus on running your nonprofit – or perhaps, some well-deserved time off.

Contact Harbor Compliance today to put your fundraising registration on autopilot.


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