We Want Your Ideas for Improving Our Site
As the Charities and Non-Profits website has grown, displaying information in a logical and easy-to-use manner has become a challenge. So we are looking for ideas for improving this site.
Changes may fall into the following categories:
- Reorganizing existing information to make it easier to find.
- New content to serve the needs of tax-exempt organizations.
You may e-mail your suggestions to us. When making comments, consider the following questions:
- How do you access the irs.gov web site?
- Type in irs.gov as the URL
- Via a search engine (Google, Yahoo, etc.)
- Through a bookmark, favorites, or history view to reach a specific page
- Another preferred site entry page (specify)
- How do you find material on the site?
- Do you use the irs.gov search engine?
- Do you go directly to the Charities and Non-Profits page to browse?
- Do you use the Frequently Asked Questions for Exempt Organizations?
- Do you use any of our Life Cycle pages?
- Do you use the More Topics page?
- Do you use the Charities & Non-Profits Topics listed on the navigation bar at the left side of the page? If not, are there other topics that should be substituted?
- What type of audience or role would be the most helpful to you for organizing information?
- Level of sophistication (i.e., new organizations and established organizations)
- Managers and executives
- Types of tax-exempt organizations
- What do you come to the irs.gov web site to do?
- Find general information on staying tax-exempt
- Find a specific publication or brochure
- Find step-by-step filing instructions
- What topics or type of content should be available to suit your needs?
- Do you subscribe to the EO Update newsletter? If not, why? If so:
- How did you learn about it?
- How can we expand our readership?
- What other content should be included?
Announcement 2009-25, 2009-14 I.R.B. 755 (April 6, 2009)