Nonprofit Executive Compensation: Why You Should Be Concerned about Private Inurement and Excess Benefit Transactions and What You Can Do to Avoid the Tax Pitfalls


IN THIS PRESENTATION: What are intermediate sanctions?; Who may be subject to intermediate sanctions?; What type of transactions can give rise to intermediate sanctions and private inurement?; Why you should be concerned?; Why you should be concerned NOW?; What can you do to avoid intermediate sanctions and private inurement?

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