"What is a 990 and why are board member names on it?"
Nonprofits are required to file annual documents. One of these filings is called a 990 and is the organization’s public-facing financial document. A Form 990 lists key information about an organization like its purpose and resources – and 990s reveal how the organization uses these resources to accomplish its mission.
In this session, we will simplify the 990 form, talk about what the lines mean and how to read the story a 990 tells. Bring your 990 questions. There is a lot of information included on a 990, including the names of the board members. If your name is on a document, you should know why it’s on there – and how to read what it says!
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Leslie Brunfelt holds a CPA license and has 30 years of experience as an accountant in a variety of professional roles, including a few at nonprofit organizations. Her current role is Finance Director for the City of Proctor, MN. She is also currently involved in her community as a board member for First Witness Child Advocacy Center, treasurer at St. Paul's Church, and as a sustaining member of the Junior League of Duluth. Personally Leslie lives in Duluth, is married and has a blended family of four adult children and dog, Miiko. She loves being outdoors on Duluth trails or adventuring the North Shore and the BWCA. She is a self described foodie and loves to try new recipes and restaurants.