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Form 990 Part VII and Schedule J - Reporting Executive Compensation - Order of Individuals Listed

Why should individuals be listed in a particular order?

The core form Part VII, Section A instructions say to list persons in a particular order, beginning with trustees or directors, followed by officers, then key employees, then highest compensated employees, then former such persons.  If a person is a director, trustee, or officer of the organization, he or she cannot be listed as a key employee of that organization in Part VII.  Accordingly, officers, directors, or trustees should be listed in Part VII before the organization determines which key employees to list.  Likewise, in determining its five most highly compensated employees who received more than $100,000 of reportable compensation, the organization is not to consider persons who are already listed in Part VII as officers, directors, trustees, or key employees of the organization.