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Form 990 Part VI - Governance - Governance Information Regarding Related Organizations Generally Not Required

Must the filing organization provide governance information regarding its related organizations?

In general, no.  Part VI is to be completed with respect to the facts and circumstances of the filing organization.  Thus, an organization is not required to provide information regarding the composition of the governing body or policies or practices of a related organization, such as a joint venture, for-profit subsidiary, parent, or brother-sister exempt organization.  However, Appendix E provides information regarding how Part VI is to be completed in the case of a group return, Question 1b asks about compensation from transactions with related organizations for purposes of determining a governing board member’s independence, and Question 10 asks whether the organization has written policies and procedures governing its local affiliates.

Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 18-Jul-2013