Nonprofit Compensation: Tips on Using Comparability Data

Executive compensation can be a tricky area for the board of a nonprofit organization. As we’ve discussed previously, the recommended process for determining the appropriate compensation package for an executive of a nonprofit organization involves conducting a review of what similarly-sized organizations, in the same geographic area, offer their executives (of comparable level). This is […]

Tweets of the Week – September 17, 2010

Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises: GTak: How much to pay the executive director? #nonprofit kenscommentary: A Balanced View – How much is too much? Assessing nonprofit executive pay. philosopher20: Leslie: What Trust Law Can Teach Us […]

IRS Interim Report on Nonprofit Colleges and Universities Compliance Project

The Internal Revenue Service released an interim report (the "Report") on May 7, 2010, summarizing responses to compliance questionnaires sent to 400 public and private colleges and universities in October 2008.  The Report and underlying project principally focused on (1) the conduct and reporting of exempt or other activities that may generate unrelated business taxable […]

Tweets of the Week – 4/2/10

Here are some of my favorite posts of the week: GTak: IRS Governance Check Sheet for Charities – and Instructions – GTak: New IRS Publication – Tax on Unrelated Business Income of Exempt Organizations (Mar 2010) joe_brown: The Fine Print: BGCA [Boys and Girls Club of America] Executive Pay Update L3C_RickZ: […]

Tweets of the Week – 1/15/10

Here are some of my favorite tweets of the past week: GTak: Hybrids: B corporation … L3C … H corporation? (Cal Lawyer); (Katovich Law) GTak: CA FTB Update: Sending revocation letters to nonprofits that have been suspended – if revoked, need to reapply w/Form 3500 (not 3500A) GTak: CA AG Update: Franchise Tax Board will be notified of suspension/revocation of […]