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Womens Council Of Realtors Massachusetts

Organization summary

Type of Nonprofit

Designated as a Business leagues, chambers of commerce, real estate boards, etc, created for the improvement of business conditions.

Category: Community Improvement, Capacity Building / Business and Industry (NTEE)

Donations to this organization are not tax deductible.

Summary charts: organization finances over time

Revenue
$13.4k (2015)

Expenses
$13.5k (2015)

Total Assets
$13k (2015)

Total Liabilities
$0 (2015)

Source: Form 990 tax filings from 2011 to 2015

Tax Filings by Year

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Fiscal Year Ending Dec.
2015

Extracted Financial Data

Extracted Financial Data from 990-EZ
Revenue
$13,435
Expenses
$13,520
Net Income
-$85
Net Assets
$12,984
Notable Sources of Revenue Percent of Total Revenue
Contributions $0
Program Services $0
Investment Income $0
Net Fundraising $0
Sales of Assets $0
Net Inventory Sales $0
Other Revenue $10,840
80.7%
Assets/Debt
Total Assets $12,984
Total Liabilities $0
Net Assets $12,984

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Fiscal Year Ending Dec.
2014

Extracted Financial Data

Extracted Financial Data from 990-EZ
Revenue
$9,024
Expenses
$8,168
Net Income
$856
Net Assets
$13,069
Notable Sources of Revenue Percent of Total Revenue
Contributions $0
Program Services $0
Investment Income $0
Net Fundraising $0
Sales of Assets $0
Net Inventory Sales $0
Other Revenue $6,751
74.8%
Assets/Debt
Total Assets $13,069
Total Liabilities $0
Net Assets $13,069

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Fiscal Year Ending Dec.
2013

Extracted Financial Data

Extracted Financial Data from 990-EZ
Revenue
$12,521
Expenses
$12,071
Net Income
$450
Net Assets
$12,212
Notable Sources of Revenue Percent of Total Revenue
Contributions $0
Program Services $0
Investment Income $0
Net Fundraising $0
Sales of Assets $0
Net Inventory Sales $0
Other Revenue $10,941
87.4%
Assets/Debt
Total Assets $12,212
Total Liabilities $0
Net Assets $12,212

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Fiscal Year Ending Dec.
2012

Extracted Financial Data

Extracted Financial Data from 990-EZ
Revenue
$15,753
Expenses
$15,494
Net Income
$259
Net Assets
$11,763
Notable Sources of Revenue Percent of Total Revenue
Contributions $0
Program Services $0
Investment Income $0
Net Fundraising $0
Sales of Assets $0
Net Inventory Sales $0
Other Revenue $14,074
89.3%
Assets/Debt
Total Assets $11,763
Total Liabilities $0
Net Assets $11,763

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Fiscal Year Ending Dec.
2011

Extracted Financial Data

Extracted Financial Data from 990-EZ
Revenue
$12,437
Expenses
$11,289
Net Income
$1,148
Net Assets
$11,505
Notable Sources of Revenue Percent of Total Revenue
Contributions $0
Program Services $0
Investment Income $0
Net Fundraising $0
Sales of Assets $0
Net Inventory Sales $0
Other Revenue $10,861
87.3%
Assets/Debt
Total Assets $11,505
Total Liabilities $0
Net Assets $11,505

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