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Antheil Maslow & MacMinn is proud to participate in Bucks County's newly established Veterans ID Card Discount Program.  The firm is offering discounted estate planning documents to eligible cardholders.  This program established by the Bucks County Commissioners, Department of Veterans Affairs and the Recorder of Deeds in November 2012 offers all Bucks County Veterans and active duty personnel a free photo ID which entitles them to discounts from a wide variety of local vendors and service providers.  By showing their DD-214 discharge form, they will be able to receive a color photo identification card.  To see the full list of participating businesses click here.

Antheil Maslow & MacMinn Attorney Tim White has been named one of  Bucks County’s  Forty Under Forty Inaugural Class.  This award recognizes not only business success, but community service, and we are very proud that Tim was honored in this way.  He is well respected in the Bucks County Legal Community, and has a dynamic and growing estate planning practice.  In addition, Tim makes real and enthusiastic contributions to local charitable organizations.  Tim is a real credit to the firm.

Tom Donnelly, a partner of Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP, represented Prospere, Inc. in applying for tax exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  Recognition of exemption status was granted on October 18, 2012.

Tom is proud to support the efforts of Prospere, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to the creation, administration and funding of a young adult outward bound program of treatment and rehabilitation.  Operating in conjunction with the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas, graduates of the outward bound program may have criminal sentences reduced so as to facilitate reentry into society.  The program is based upon personal experiences faced by young adults involved in the criminal justice system, with the hope that with the right treatment and rehabilitation, these young adults can reach a level of success which the traditional criminal justice system may have prevented.

Prospere, Inc. provides funding for participants to the program; however, its resources are limited.  By obtaining tax exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, Prospere, Inc. can accept donations from the general public, including individuals with ties to the criminal justice system, and such donations may be deducted on the donor’s individual income tax returns.

Should you have questions concerning the creation of a non-profit entity or the acquisition of recognition of exemption under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, do not hesitate to contact Tom.

Sue Maslow and Tim White of Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP will be presenters at the National Business Institute's Seminar entitled "How to Keep Tax-Exempt Organizations in Compliance" on November 13th in Allentown, PA.  This seminar offers invaluable insights into compliance with the complex rules governing tax-exempt organizations.  For anyone involved in non-profit work, you should know that even inadvertently breaking the rules can jeopardize tax-exempt status.  This seminar will provide the information you need to stay current on the latest regulations, study the impact of Sarbanes-Oxley on tax-exempt organizations, avoid intermediate sanctions and ensure accounting practices are up to par.  The program will supply answers to questions about tax-exempt compliance and operational issues.  Here are some of the topics covered:
•    Gaining strategies for safeguarding directors, officers and executives from potential liability;
•    Creating an environment of accountability by establishing comprehensive internal controls;
•    Following annual reporting requirements and compliance with the rules governing disclosures and solicitation;
•    Learning to identify what qualifies as unrelated business income - and what the exceptions are.

Anyone who works in the Nonprofit sector may want to register for this comprehensive educational program.

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Sue Maslow and Tim White of Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP will be presenters at the National Business Institute's Seminar entitled "How to Keep Tax-Exempt Organizations in Compliance" on November 13th in Allentown, PA.  This seminar offers invaluable insights into compliance with the complex rules governing tax-exempt organizations.  For anyone involved in non-profit work, you should know that even inadvertently breaking the rules can jeopardize tax-exempt status.  This seminar will provide the information you need to stay current on the latest regulations, study the impact of Sarbanes-Oxley on tax-exempt organizations, avoid intermediate sanctions and ensure accounting practices are up to par.  The program will supply answers to questions about tax-exempt compliance and operational issues.  Here are some of the topics covered:

  • Gaining strategies for safeguarding directors, officers and executives from potential liability;
  • Creating an environment of accountability by establishing comprehensive internal controls;
  • Following annual reporting requirements and compliance with the rules governing disclosures and solicitation;
  • Learning to identify what qualifies as unrelated business income - and what the exceptions are;
  • Adhering to the accepted guidelines for determining appropriate executive compensation.

If you work for a tax-exempt organization, you may want to sign up for this valuable seminar.  You can register by visiting www.nbi-sems.com or call 800-930-6182.

 

AMM Partner Tom Donnelly  participated in the MS 150 City to Shore bike tour September 29 and 30, 2012. As a member of team VCI Mobility, Tom helped raise over twelve thousand dollars for the National MS Society. The event raised more than 5 million dollars and was attended by nearly eight thousand riders.  To learn more about this great event, or to contribute to help those with Multiple Sclerosis, click here

 

We are so grateful to all who took the time to help us celebrate our 20th Anniversary by attending our Barbecue.  It was a picture perfect day, and we really enjoyed catching up with our friends and watching the bike race from our "front yard". We had a great turn out for our event, and we hope our guests enjoyed it as much as we did.  Thanks to all who attended, and if you weren't able to join us, we hope you'll keep us in mind for next year. 

 

We are very proud to announce the addition of Thomas P. Donnelly as a Partner of the firm.  Tom joins the firm's  Litigation, Business & Finance and Employment Practice Groups.    His practice focuses primarily  on commercial litigation and transactions. Throughout his career, he has undertaken the representation of both individual and corporate clients in subject matters concerning fraud, contracts, employment agreements, breach of fiduciary duty, securities violations, real estate and insurer bad faith.

Tom’s clients include individuals and businesses local to the Philadelphia area, as well as national corporations.  In commercial transactions, Tom is experienced in businesses purchases, financing, asset and stock sales, real estate and employment issues. Restrictive covenants attendant to business and employment agreements are a focal point of Tom’s practice.  Tom has also been appointed a corporate receiver in the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas.

Tom is an active member of the Bucks County Public Service Community.  In this regard, Tom has been appointed a lifetime member of the Board of Directors for the United Way of Bucks County.  In addition, he is past President of the Bucks County Bar Association, past President of the Young Lawyers Division, and a member of the Board of Directors.
 
Tom Donnelly has deep roots in our community, and he is a well-respected member of the Bar, he is a perfect complement to our team.

 

Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP is proud to support the 12th Annual Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce Bucks Fever FilmFest.  This is a wonderful local celebration of emerging filmmakers, so if you are a film buff, please come to Doylestown to participate in an evening of stimulating discussion, networking and the screening of the winning films.

On Sunday, October 14th, 2012 there will be three exciting events in Doylestown which are open to the public:

Filmakers Seminar / Panel Discussion - 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. Oscar Martin Room, Moose Lodge - 127 E. State St., Doylestown, PA

VIP Wine & Cheese (VIP ticket required) 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. - County Theater, Doylestown, PA

FilmFest Screening of Winning Films - 7:00 - p.m. - County Theater, 20 E. State Street, Doylestown, PA

For more infomation: 2012 CBCC Bucks Fever FilmFest

The Bucks Fever FilmFest is an annual, juried festival. Winning short films submitted by high school, college and emerging filmmakers are screened at the County Theater in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

For an overview of this event and a look at some clips from winning features of the past few years, click here

You are invited to join us:

When: Sunday, September 16th, 2012: 12:30 – 3:00.
What: Antheil Maslow & MacMinn's Annual Client Appreciation BBQ.
Where: AMM's Doylestown Office, 131 West State St. Doylestown.
We hope you’ll join us to help celebrate our 20th Anniversary!

This is a fun event with BBQ lunch and offering a front row seat to the Doylestown Arts Festival and Bike Race. All of our clients and friends are welcome. We hope to get a great turnout to help us celebrate our 20th Anniversary Year!