Nonprofit Finance and Accounting
Demystifying IRS Form 990, by the Foundation Center.
How to read an organization's Form 990. Form 990 is required to be submitted by nonprofits and shows fiscal data for the organization, names of trustees and officers, application information, and a complete grants list. Larger nonprofits also have annual reports available on their websites.
Information for Tax-Exempt Organizations
From the IRS. Here are forms, FAQs, tax tips, etc. for nonprofits.
Books on nonprofit finances and accounting at Long Business Library:
Search OskiCat for subject keyword: nonprofit finance OR subject keyword: nonprofit accounting
Better Business Bureau's guide to charities for philanthropic giving
Evaluates charities by BBB charitable giving standards.
Nonprofit Virtual Library
Annotated listings of nonprofit directories and other web sites providing advice or information about running nonprofits from Michigan State University Libraries.
How to Incorporate a Nonprofit
In addition to the popular Nolo Press books below, check out this link to see regulations and forms for each state in the U.S.