Lizbeth Nevarez

Senior Tax Manager

Lizbeth Nevarez

About Lizbeth Nevarez

Lizbeth Nevarez has nine years of public accounting experience providing tax and consulting services and leads the Firm’s Nonprofit Tax Practice. She is a frequent speaker at the Firm’s nonprofit workshops. She has completed the Riordan Leadership Institute program through the Los Angeles Junior Chamber of Commerce. The program’s mission is to develop and cultivate business professionals for lifelong service in the nonprofit community.
She currently serves as treasurer of the Board of Bienvenidos Children’s Center, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing family services, foster care, mental health services and a variety of other family preservation programs.

August 2017

What Tax-Exempt Organizations Should Know About Filing a Form 926

By | August 17, 2017|Categories: Nonprofit, Taxing Thoughts|Tags: , , , |

Many tax-exempt organizations invest frequently in foreign alternative investments (e.g., hedge, private equity, real estate and venture capital funds). When investing into such funds, these tax-exempt organizations’ primary tax concern is generally to mitigate their risk of Unrelated Business Taxable Income (“UBTI”). Funds commonly avoid this UBTI issue for their tax-exempt organization investors by structuring [...]

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June 2017

IRS Online Resources for Exempt Organizations

By | June 6, 2017|Categories: Nonprofit|

It can be challenging for exempt organizations to keep track of all the requirements needed in order to maintain their tax exempt status. There are a vast number of topics that exempt organizations should be aware of such as annual filing requirements, unrelated business income, car donation reporting etc. Over my 9 years of experience [...]

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March 2017

Travel Ban Impact on Nonprofits

By | March 21, 2017|Categories: Nonprofit|

There are several nonprofit organizations in the United States with missions aimed at assisting refugees. These nonprofits provide direct assistance, such as food and clothing, to individuals who are currently living in a foreign country, or help refugees that have recently arrived in the U.S. find housing and settle in the country. On February 2, [...]

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