Whether it is the recent attempts by state authorities to force disclosure of donors, the Internal Revenue Service’s move to release digitized searchable versions of Form 990, or new overtime rules and changing classifications for independent contractors, nonprofits need to maintain a firm grasp on the legal changes that affect their organizations and employees.
This webcast will cover how to effectively deal with expected changes to employment law as well as changes to rules governing tax-exempt organizations in 2016. Many of these changes should be of note to nonprofit HR and finance professionals. Planned topics being covered include increased IRS audits, changes to Form 990, overtime rules changes, the forced disclosure of donors to state authorities, misclassification of employees as independent contractors and other timely topics.
Audience : nonprofit HR and finance professionals
HRCI credits: 1.00 General HR
- Gerard P. Panaro, Howe & Hutton, LTD
- Benjamin Takis, Tax-Exempt Solutions
To register for the live and on-demand versions of this webcast, CLICK HERE.
The on-demand version of this webcast will be available 24 hours after the live session. Attendees that cannot make the DECEMBER 7th live webcast at 12:00 PM EASTERN should register now and then attend as time allows.
This event has been pre-approved for 1.00 hour(s) of general HR re-certification credit by the HR Certification Institute. HRCI credits are available for those who attend the COMPLETE live webcast or on-demand recording. Attendance will be verified before credit is forwarded.
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