Rebuttable Presumption of Reasonableness Procedures

The Rebuttable Presumption of Reasonableness procedures, described in Treasury Regulation Section 53.4958-6(a), were promulgated to help charities avoid overpaying certain individuals and entities (known as disqualified persons) that might be able to exercise influence on the charity’s decision-making. Among those included as disqualified persons (DQPs) are: Directors (board members), trustees, presidents, CEOs, COOs, treasurers, CFOs, […]

Rules Affecting Donor Advised Funds

As stated in our earlier post What Is A Donor Advised Fund?, donor advised funds (DAFs) are subject to several private foundation-like rules that sponsoring organizations may not ordinarily be subject to as public charities. These rules are meant to curb abuses and create more transparency within the DAF community. Prohibited actions include providing personal […]