When a problem or audit relates to a charity or a nonprofit affecting the celebrated or, as in this case, the notorious, journalists and clients …
Charitable organizations and their donors need to cope with a variety of provisions in the Pension Protection Act and a few changes can actually produce tax savings.
With the abundance of corporate governance scandals and abuses in recent years, and the remedial measures and penalties imposed by the legislature and judiciary at both the federal and state levels to address them, both the for-profit and non-profit sectors are experiencing a new age of corporate governance.
Specialists in the charitable planning and nonprofit fields should be aware that proposed revisions to UMIFA, which are expected to be enacted in 2005, will have a significant impact on the management and spending of charitable funds.
Recent developments have increased the duties and obligations of nonprofit corporation boards of directors and officers and may have increased their liabilities as well. This article focuses on some of the developments, provides insight into understanding the duties and obligations of nonprofit directors and officers, and offers guidance on affirmative steps to minimize the liability of these individuals.