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|Sep 08, 2015-|
Sep 08, 2015
05:00PM - 07:00PM
|How to Lose Your 501c3 Without Even Trying / Board Bylaws |
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Presented by Daryl Reese
This information-packed workshop will focus on board and management responsibilities to ensure your organization’s IRS 501(c)(3) designation is not jeopardized. It will cover key policies and practices such as critical recordkeeping, filings, and public disclosure requirements; organizing documents and by-laws; the two-part IRS test for charities; and other tips for effective governance to maintain your tax-exempt status.
Don’t shy away from this workshop because of its legal nature. The IRS has found that organizations that are familiar with and implement these practices are more likely to operate effectively, and thus less likely to lose their exempt status. Simply put: the impact of your mission is directly tied to good governance.
Daryl Reese spent more than 20 years as a nonprofit executive and now serves the nonprofit community through his law practice. His work focuses on civil litigation, business law and nonprofit law. He holds a Master of Business Administration degree, and Master of Legal Studies and Juris Doctorate degrees. He has been married to his wife Jan for 32 years, has three young adult children, and has lived in Sonoma County since 2007. When he is not working or spending time with his family and friends, you can find him riding his bike on beautiful wine country roads.
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