Nonprofit World Articles: Law & Taxation

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Jul-Aug 2011

Can You Modify Restrictions on Charitable Funds?

Drozdowski, Harry W.

Must you always use restricted funds as donors prescribe? A new law gives you more flexibility.

Sep-Oct 2011

Accommodating Employees with Cancer: It's the Law

Kam, King and Brian H. Kleiner

Millions of workers are cancer survivors. It's vital to understand their needs and avoid discriminating against them.

Nov-Dec 2011

Should You Let Members See Personnel Documents

Temkin, Terrie

Is this a case of too much transparency?

Jan-Feb 2010

New Internal Control Guidance: What You Need to Know Now*

Turpen, Richard A.

Be sure you're addressing these important audit requirements.

Mar-Apr 2010

When Can You Use Restricted Funds for Other Purposes?

Kramer, Don

Can a nonprofit borrow from "designated funds" to pay other bills?

Mar-Apr 2010

New IRS Employment Tax Initiative: What Does It Mean for Nonprofits?

Lubar, Jessica R.

Be sure you're adhering to the law when it comes to paying employment taxes.

Mar-Apr 2010

How to Manage Unemployment Claims

Zhang, Fan, & Brian H. Kleiner

Cut costs and reduce liability with these steps

May-Jun 2010

Restructuring Contracts in Stressful Times

Trentacosta, John R.

Can redoing your contracts provide shelter from the economic storm?

Jul-Aug 2010

The Art of Employee Discipline: How to Retain Control and Increase Production

Lavenant, Michael S.

Proper discipline will improve employees' satisfaction, boost performance, and shield you from expensive lawsuits. Here's how to gain the right balance.

Sep-Oct 2010

Executive Compensation Is Under Scrutiny

English, Tom

Recent government talk about compensation sounds a warning for nonprofits.


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