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Financial Resources: 501(c)3 Annual Audit Checklist

It’s National Checklist Day! In NY state, 501(c)3’s with budgets between $250,000-750,000 are required to undergo an annual independent review, while organizations with budgets over $750,000 are required to undergo an annual independent audit. While each state’s requirements vary and auditor’s each have their own custom documentation lists,… Read the full story

October 30, 2020

Pentacle Updates: Newsletter #7

Financial Urgent Care helps artists navigate COVID-19’s impact Pentacle’s pro bono service, Financial Urgent Care, has been helping artists navigate the impacts of COVID-19 since early April. The program works with artistic entities of all sizes to create a customized plan outlining what areas of assistance… Read the full story

August 25, 2020

Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month: Erin Kenna

May is Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) American Heritage Month! Join us this month in celebrating the staff and artists who make up Pentacle’s diverse community. Get to know our newest Artist Services staff member, Erin Kenna! She has already been a wonderful addition to our staff and is instrumental in… Read the full story

May 27, 2020

Pentacle Updates: Newsletter #6

Welcome Pentacle’s Arts Management Training Fellows Mykel Marai Nairne (Development) Gerard Minaya (Marketing) Pentacle’s new Arts Management Training Fellowship (AMTF) serves emerging arts administrators of color with 1-3 years of experience in the field. In addressing the decline of members in our community ability to transition from… Read the full story

May 7, 2020

Financial Resources: Form 990 Filing Extension

Form 990 now due July 15 The Internal Revenue Service has now extended the deadline for tax-exempt organizations to file their federal Form 990 to July 15. Form 990s are usually required to file the Form 990 no later than four and a half months after their… Read the full story

May 1, 2020

Financial Resources: SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan

CARES ACT EXPANDS ECONOMIC INJURY DISASTER LOAN PROGRAM   The Small Business Administration’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program (EIDL) is helping small businesses with loans up to $2 million to help recover from temporary loss of income due to COVID-19. Read more at nextSteps… Read the full story

April 29, 2020
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