Recommended By: Kim Fusco
Many organizations approach the Form 990 as a compliance requirement. We urge organizations to look beyond the compliance aspect and approach the form from a marketing perspective. There are many different readers of the Form 990, including grantors and other donors, service providers, and prospective volunteers and board members. It is important to have a cohesively written Form 990 that accurately communicates the organization’s mission and values to the readers.
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As a Principal in Ellin & Tucker’s Audit, Accounting, and Consulting Department, Kim is dedicated to performing high-quality audit, tax, and advisory services to numerous not-for-profit organizations and foundations. As Chair of the firm’s Not-For-Profit Services Group, Kim’s extensive knowledge of not-for-profit audit and accounting standards, including OMB A-133 audits, have helped grow the firm’s not-for-profit services group practice to more than 100 organizations in the Baltimore region.