Selected Highlights 2022 Georgetown Exempt Organizations Conference – IRS, Treasury, Capitol Hill

Georgetown Law held its 39th Annual Representing and Managing Tax-Exempt Organizations Conference in-person and by livestream on April 28-29, 2022. Here are some of the highlights from the sessions presented by representatives of the IRS, Treasury, and staffers on Capitol Hill: 2022 Message from the IRS Director, Exempt Organizations...

Is a Compensated Nonprofit Officer an Employee?

Nonprofits with compensated workers must respect applicable laws governing the distinction between employees and independent contractor. Getting it wrong can result in significant risk exposure to the organizations and even personal liability to board members. For example, nonprofits that misclassify workers as independent contractors may be responsible for unpaid...

WCTEO 2021 Highlights

The following are some of the highlights from the 2021 Western Conference on Tax Exempt Organizations (WCTEO), with recognition that these just touch the surface and you’ll get so much more by attending: Lessons from Headlines Donor Advised Funds: Accelerating Charitable Efforts Act (ACE Act) – probably unlikely to be passed...