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Your Nonprofit Has Gone Global: Now What Are Your U.S. and Foreign Tax Compliance and Reporting Obligations?

In this presentation: - Form of foreign operations - Foreign tax treatment of the foreign operations - U.S. tax treatment of the foreign operations - VAT/GST issues - Employee and...more

Why the Classic Legal Terminology of the Anglo-American Trust is in French, Not English: The “Law French” Phenomenon

The institution of the trust, a creature of the English Court of Equity, evolved deep in the bosom of the Anglo-American legal tradition. France, a civil jurisdiction, lacks a legal institution that is truly comparable. Her...more

Federal Grant & Contract News for Nonprofits - January 2013

In January, there were some particularly important developments with respect to whistleblower protections in connection with federal grants and contracts, as well as Office of Management and Budget (“OMB”) information on the...more

Proposed Regulations Change Rules Governing Good Faith Determinations of a Foreign Organization’s Equivalence to a Public Charity

The IRS recently issued proposed regulations amending the rules applicable to a private foundation’s good faith determination that that a foreign grantee is the foreign equivalent of a public charity or private operating...more

IRS Issues Proposed Regulations To Make International Grant-Making By Private Foundations Easier

On September 24, 2012, the IRS issued Proposed Regulations §§ 53.4942(a)-3 and 53.4945-5 in order to reduce barriers to international grant-making made by private foundations. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton announced the...more

IRS Issues New Regulations to Facilitate Foreign Grantmaking

New rules expand the class of tax practitioners qualified to issue good-faith determinations regarding foreign-grantee equivalency; IRS seeks comments on further amendments to current regulations....more

United States Takes First Step in Liberalizing Sanctions on Burma

On April 17, 2012, the Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) released new General License 14-C, which authorizes financial transactions under specified circumstances in support of humanitarian,...more

Bribery Risks and Charitable Giving

The FCPA paparazzi has a standard list of anti-corruption risks: government interactions, third-party due diligence, gifts and entertainment, and mergers and acquisitions/joint ventures. Notice that charitable giving is not...more

United States Eases Sanctions on Financing for Development Organizations in Burma

On April 17, the U.S. Treasury issued new General License No. 14-C, which relaxes sanctions on financial services with respect to certain humanitarian and not-for-profit activities in Burma. This License allows...more

URGENT: Treasury Must Receive FBAR Filings by June 30 - for Most Filers

As reported in our prior blog entry, the Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts, Form TD-F 90-22.1 (“FBAR”) must be filed by a U.S. person that holds a financial interest in, or signature or other authority over, a...more

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