Benevolent & Protective Order Of Elks Of The Usa

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  • Assets: $100,000 +
  • Income: $100,000 +
  • Form 990 Revenue: $100,000 +
  • Organization Name & Address

    Benevolent & Protective Order Of Elks Of The Usa
    56 Franklin St
    Westfield, MA

  • Employer Identification Number (EIN) / Tax ID Nine digit number assigned by the IRS to identify a company


  • Form 990 - PDF files What is this? A form 990 is an information return filed with the IRS that shows extensive details on a nonprofit organization's income, assets, expenses, xecutives, directors, salaries, compensation, investments, and more
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  • Asset Amount

    $100,000 + View more asset details with membership or
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  • Income Amount

    $100,000 + View more income details with membership or
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  • Form 990 Revenue Amount

    $100,000 + View more revenue details with membership or
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  • In Care Of Name The officer, director, etc. to whose attention any correspondence should be directed


  • Classification(s) Categories under which an organization may be tax exempt


    • Fraternal Beneficiary Society, Order or Association

  • Filing Requirement The primary return(s) the organization is required to file
    form 990 return  form 990 instructions
    Form 990 - (all other) or 990EZ return
  • Taxonomy Classifies an exempt Internal Revenue Code 501 (c)(3) organization


  • Secondary Name Another name under which this nonprofit organization does business. Also used for trade names, chapter names, or local numbers for subordinate organizations of group rulings

    1481 WESTFIELD

  • Affiliation Defines the organizational grouping

    This organization is a subordinate in a group ruling.

  • Deductibility Status

    Contributions are deductible

  • Principal Activities
    • Other services or benefits to members or employees
    • Sick, accident, death, or similar benefits
  • Foundation Type

    All organizations except 501(c)(3)

  • Tax Period The date of the latest return filed


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Form 990 Details


Field Value
1 Total revenue from contributions, gifts, grants, and other similar amounts *
2 Program service revenue *
3 Investment income including dividends, interest, and other similar amounts *
4 Income from investment of tax-exempt bond proceeds *
5 Royalties *
6 Real estate gross rents *
7 Personal property gross rents *
8 Real estate rental expenses *
9 Personal property rental expenses *
10 Real estate net rent *
11 Personal property net rent *
12 Net rental gain(loss) *
13 Gross amount from sales of securities *
14 Gross amount from sales of other assets *
15 Securities sales expense *
16 Other assets sales expense *
17 Net securities sales gain(loss) *
18 Net asset sales gain(loss) *
19 Sales of assets *
20 Gross income from fundraising events *
21 Direct expenses from fundraising *
22 Net income(loss) from fundraising *
23 Gross income from gaming activities *
24 Direct expenses from gaming *
25 Net income(loss) from gaming *
26 Gross sales of inventory, less returns and allowances *
27 Less: cost of goods sold *
28 Net income(loss) from sales of inventory *
29 All other revenue amount *
30 Other revenue total amount *
31 Total revenue amount *
Field Value
1 Grants and other assistance to governments and organizations in the United States *
2 Grants and other assistance to individuals in the United States. *
3 Grants to orgs and individuals outside the US *
4 Grants and other assistance to governments, organizations, and individuals outside the United States. *
5 Compensation of current officers, directors, trustees, and key employees *
6 Compensation of disqualified persons *
7 Other salaries and wages *
8 Pension plan accruals and contributions (include section 401(k) and 403(b) employer contributions) *
9 Other employee benefits *
10 Payroll taxes *
11 Management fees *
12 Legal fees *
13 Accounting fees *
14 Lobbying fees *
15 Professional fundraising fees *
16 Investment management fees *
17 Other fees *
18 Advertising and promotion *
19 Office expenses *
20 Information technology *
21 Royalties *
22 Occupancy *
23 Travel *
24 Payments of travel or entertainment expenses for any federal, state, or local public officials *
25 Conferences, conventions, meetings *
26 Interest expense *
27 Payments to affiliates *
28 Depreciation, depletion, and amortization *
29 Insurance *
30 Other expenses *
31 Total functional expenses *
Reportable compensation generally refers to compensation reported on Forms W-2 and 1099-MISC. Organizations also must report other compensation including nontaxable benefits such as deferred compensation which includes compensation that is earned or accrued in one year and deferred to a future year, whether or not funded, vested, qualified or nonqualified, or subject to a substantial risk of forfeiture.
Field Value
1 Total reportable compensation from organization *
2 Total reportable compensation from related organization *
3 Total estimated amount of other compensation from the organization and related organizations *
4 Total number of individuals who received more than $100,000 of reportable compensation *
5 Total number of independent contractors who received more than $100,000 of reportable compensation *
Field Value
1 Cash -- non-interest bearing *
2 Savings and temporary cash investments *
3 Pledges and grants receivable, net *
4 Accounts receivable, net *
5 Loans and other receivables from current and former officers, directors, trustees, key employees, and highest compensated employees *
6 Loans and other receivables from other disqualified persons and contributing employers and sponsoring organizations of section 501(c)(9) beneficiary organizations of voluntary employees *
7 Notes and loans receivable, net *
8 Inventories for sale or use *
9 Prepaid expenses and deferred charges *
10 Land, buildings, and equipment: cost or other basis *
11 Investments in publicly traded securities *
12 Investments in other securities *
13 Investments - program-related *
14 Intangible assets *
15 Other assets *
16 Total assets *
Field Value
1 Accounts payable and accrued expenses *
2 Grants payable *
3 Deferred revenue *
4 Tax-exempt bond liabilities *
5 Escrow or custodial account liability *
6 Loans and other payables to current and former officers, directors, trustees, key employees, highest compensated employees, and disqualified persons *
7 Secured mortgages and notes payable to unrelated third parties *
8 Unsecured notes and loans payable to unrelated third parties *
9 Other liabilities (including federal income tax and payables to related third parties) *
10 Total liabilities *
Field Value
1 Unrestricted net assets *
2 Temporarily restricted net assets *
3 Permanently restricted net assets *
4 Capital stock or trust principal, or current funds *
5 Paid-in or capital surplus, or land, building, or equipment fund *
6 Retained earnings, endowment, accumulated income, or other funds *
7 Total net assets or fund balances *
8 Total liabilities and net assets/fund balances *
Field Value
1 Reason for non-private foundation status Not reported
2 Number of organizations supported 0
3 Sum of amounts of support $0
For an organization to qualify as a publicly supported organization under section 509(a)(2):
  • More than 33% of its support must come from contributions, membership fees, and gross receipts from activities related to its exempt functions or from amounts which are not unrelated trades or businesses under section 513
  • No more than 33% of its support must come from gross investment income and net unrelated business income (less section 511 tax) from businesses acquired by the organization after June 30, 1975.
Field Value
1 Gifts, grants, contributions, and membership fees received $0
2 Gross receipts from admissions, merchandise sold or services performed, or facilities furnished in any activity that is related to the tax-exempt purpose of the organization $0
3 Gross receipts from activities that are not an unrelated trade or business under section 513 $0
4 Tax revenues levied for the benefit of the organization and either paid to or expended on its behalf $0
5 Value of services or facilities furnished by a governmental unit to the organization without charge $0
6 Public support subtotal $0
7 Amounts received from disqualified persons $0
8 Amounts received from other than disqualified persons that exceed the greater of $5,000 or 1% of total support $0
9 Gross income from interest, dividends, payments received on securities loans, rents, royalties and income from similar sources $0
10 Net Unrelated business taxable income from businesses acquired after June 30, 1975 $0
11 Net income from unrelated business activities, whether or not the business is regularly carried on $0
12 Other income not including gain or loss from the sale of capital assets $0
13 Total support $0
Field Value
1 Is the organization described in section 501(c)(3) or 4947(a)(1) (other than a private foundation)? (Schedule A) No
2 Is the organization required to complete Schedule B, Schedule of Contributors? (Schedule B) No
3 Engage in direct or indirect political campaign activities on behalf of or in opposition to candidates for public office? (Schedule C, Part I) No
4 Engage in lobbying activities, or have a section 501(h) election in effect during the tax year? (Schedule C, Part II) No
5 Is the organization a section 501(c)(4), 501(c)(5), or 501(c)(6) organization that receives membership dues, assessments, or similar amounts as defined in Revenue Procedure 98-19? (Schedule C, Part III) No
6 Maintain any donor advised funds or any similar funds or accounts for which donors have the right to provide advice on the distribution or investment of amounts in such funds or accounts? (Schedule D, Part I) No
7 Receive or hold a conservation easement, including easements to preserve open space, the environment, historic land areas, or historic structures? (Schedule D, Part II) No
8 Maintain collections of works of art, historical treasures, or other similar assets? (Schedule D, Part III) No
9 Report an amount in Part X, line 21, for escrow or custodial account liability; serve as a custodian for amounts not listed in Part X; or provide credit counseling, debt management, credit repair, or debt negotiation services? (Schedule D, Part IV) No
10 Hold assets, directly or through a related organization, in temporarily restricted endowments, permanent endowments, or quasi-endowments? (Schedule D, Part V) No
11 Report an amount for land, buildings, and equipment? (Schedule D, Part VI) Yes
12 Report an amount for investments - other securities in Part X, line 12 that is 5% or more of its total assets reported in Part X, line 16? (Schedule D, Part VII) No
13 Program related investments reported that are 5% or more of its total assets? (Schedule D, Part VIII) No
14 Other assets reported that is 5% or more of its total assets? (Schedule D, Part IX) No
15 Other liabilities reported? (Schedule D, Part X) Yes
16 Did the organization’s separate or consolidated financial statements for the tax year include a footnote that addresses the organization’s liability for uncertain tax positions under FIN 48 (ASC 740)? (Schedule D, Part X) No
17 Obtain separate, independent audited financial statements for the tax year? (Schedule D, Part XI and XII) No
18 Was the organization included in consolidated, independent audited financial statements for the tax year? (Schedule D, Part XI and XII) No
19 Is the organization a school? (Schedule E) No
20 Maintain an office, employees, or agents outside of the United States? No
21 Aggregate revenues or expenses of more than $10,000 from grantmaking, fundraising, business, investment, and program service activities outside the United States, or aggregate foreign investments valued at $100,000 or more? (Schedule F, Part I and IV) No
22 Report on Part IX, column (A), line 3, more than $5,000 of grants or other assistance to or for any foreign organization? (Schedule F, Part II and IV) No
23 Report on Part IX, column (A), line 3, more than $5,000 of aggregate grants or other assistance to or for foreign individuals? (Schedule F, Part III and IV) No
24 Report a total of more than $15,000 of expenses for professional fundraising services? (Schedule G, Part I) No
25 Report more than $15,000 total of fundraising event gross income and contributions? (Schedule G, Part II) Yes
26 Report more than $15,000 of gross income from gaming activities? (Schedule G, Part III) No
27 Operate one or more hospital facilities? (Schedule H) No
28 Hospital audited financial statement included? No
29 Report more than $5,000 of grants or other assistance to any domestic organization or government? (Schedule I, Part I and II) No
30 Report more than $5,000 of grants or other assistance to individuals in the United States? (Schedule I, Part I and III) No
31 Schedule J required? No
32 Have a tax-exempt bond issue with an outstanding principal amount of more than $100,000 as of the last day of the year, that was issued after December 31, 2002? (Schedule K) No
33 Did the organization invest any proceeds of tax-exempt bonds beyond a temporary period exception? No
34 Maintain an escrow account other than a refunding escrow at any time during the year to defease any tax-exempt bonds? No
35 Act as an “on behalf of” issuer for bonds outstanding at any time during the year? No
36 Engage in an excess benefit transaction with a disqualified person during the year? (Schedule L, Part I) No
37 Is the organization aware that it engaged in an excess benefit transaction with a disqualified person in a prior year, and that the transaction has not been reported on any of the organization’s prior Forms 990 or 990-EZ? (Schedule L, Part I) No
38 Report any amount for receivables from or payables to any current or former officers, directors, trustees, key employees, highest compensated employees, or disqualified persons? (Schedule L, Part II) No
39 Provide a grant or other assistance to an officer, director, trustee, key employee, substantial contributor or employee thereof, a grant selection committee member, or to a 35% controlled entity or family member of any of these persons? (Schedule L, Part III) No
40 Business relationship with a current or former officer, director, trustee, or key employee? (Schedule L, Part IV) No
41 Business relationship thru a family member of a current or former officer, director, trustee, or key employee? (Schedule L, Part IV) No
42 An entity of which a current or former officer, director, trustee, or key employee (or a family member thereof) was an officer, director, trustee, or direct or indirect owner? (Schedule L, Part IV) No
43 Receive more than $25,000 in non-cash contributions? (Schedule M) No
44 Receive contributions of art, historical treasures, or other similar assets, or qualified conservation contributions? (Schedule M) No
45 Liiquidate, terminate, or dissolve and cease operations? (Schedule N, Part I) No
46 Sell, exchange, dispose of, or transfer more than 25% of its net assets? (Schedule N, Part II) No
47 Own 100% of an entity disregarded as separate from the organization? (Schedule R, Part I) No
48 Was the organization related to any tax-exempt or taxable entity? (Schedule R, Part II, III, or IV, and Part V, line 1) No
49 Have a controlled entity? (Schedule R, Part V, line 2) No
50 Make any transfers to an exempt non-charitable related organization? (Schedule R, Part V, line 2) No
51 Conduct more than 5% of its activities through an entity that is not a related organization and that is treated as a partnership for federal income tax purposes? (Schedule R, Part VI) No
52 All Form 990 filers are required to complete Schedule O - Schedule O completed? Yes
Field Value
1 Number forms transmitted with Form 1096 - An organization must use Form 1096 to transmit paper Forms 1099, 1098, 5498, and W-2G to the IRS, which are information returns reporting certain amounts paid or received by the organization. 0
2 Number of W-2Gs filed with Form 1096 (Form W-2G pertains to certain gambling winnings) 0
3 Comply with backup withholding rules for reportable payments to vendors and reportable gaming (gambling) winnings to prize winners? Yes
4 Number of employees (not the number of Forms W-2) reported on Form W-3 9
5 If reported at least one employee on Form W-3, did the organization file all required federal employment tax returns (which include Form 940, Employer's Federal Unemployment (FUTA) Tax Return, and Form 941, Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return) relating to such employees? Yes
6 Have unrelated business gross income of $1,000 or more during the year? No
7 File a Form 990-T? No
8 Have an interest in, or a signature or other authority over, a financial account in a foreign country (such as a bank account, securities account, or other financial account)? No
9 Was the organization a party to a prohibited tax shelter transaction? No
10 Did any taxable party notify the organization that it was or is a party to a prohibited tax shelter transaction? No
11 File Form 8886-T? No
12 Have annual gross receipts that are normally greater than $100,000, and did the organization solicit any contributions that were not tax deductible as charitable contributions? No
13 Did the organization include with every solicitation an express statement that such contributions or gifts were not tax deductible? No
14 Receive a payment in excess of $75 made partly as a contribution and partly for goods and services provided to the payor? No
15 Notify the donor of the value of the goods or services provided? No
16 Sell, exchange, or otherwise dispose of tangible personal property for which it was No
17 Number of Forms 8282 filed 0
18 Receive any funds, directly or indirectly, to pay premiums on a personal benefit contract? No
19 Pay premiums, directly or indirectly, on a personal benefit contract? No
20 File Form 8899 as required if received a contribution of qualified intellectual property? No
21 File a Form 1098-C as required if received a contribution of cars, boats, airplanes, or other vehicles? No
22 Have a supporting organization, or a donor advised fund maintained by a sponsoring organization, with excess business holdingsr? No
23 Make any taxable distributions? No
24 Make any distributions to a donor, donor advisor, or related person? No
25 Initiation fees and capital contributions amount $0
26 Gross receipts amount for public use of club facilities $0
27 Gross income from members or shareholders $0
28 Gross income from other sources (not net amounts due or paid to other sources against amounts due or received from them) $0
29 Is the organization filing Form 990 in lieu of Form 1041? No
30 Tax-exempt interest amount received or accrued during the year $0
31 Is the organization licensed to issue qualified health plans in more than one state? No
32 Amount of reserves the organization is required to maintain by the states in which the organization is licensed to issue qualified health plans $0
33 Amount of qualified health plan reserves on hand $0
34 Received payments for indoor tanning? No
35 Filed Form 720 for tanning services? No