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Sue Maslow & Tim White Participate in Seminar on Nonprofit Compliance

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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 or call 800-930-6182.