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States Increasingly Say That All Revenue Sources Constitute a Solicitation

Nonprofit compliance can be complicated business.  That’s been true for as long as there has been a Section 501(c)(3) in the US tax code.  That complexity has only gotten more burdensome since the states have stepped up their solicitation registration requirements and enforcement […]

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Basic Regulatory rules for administering an employee relief fund

Establishing and administering an effective Employee Relief fund requires substantial administrative skills.  Many of the regulatory rules and administration best practices can be confusing. However, all administrative practices and processes must be designed to meet the basic regulatory requirements of these funds.  Below is a brief overview and […]

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Disaster Response Checklist

August 21, 2018
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It’s crucial to have your company’s plan of action created well before disaster strikes. That way, you’re ready to act if and when the time comes. Every company has a unique approach to disaster response and no single guide can provide all the answers, but this whitepaper helps to get your Disaster Relief Strategy off the ground!

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Why Objective Criteria for Funds is Critical

June 26, 2018
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When setting up your companies Disaster Relief or Employee Hardship Funds, you may have done so as a response to a large natural disaster that affected many of your company’s employees. You think you are doing the right thing, which you are, but sometimes these funds when […]

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How many donations does your Fund need prior to accepting applications?

You established your fund, but what is the proper amount of donations to have in your fund’s account before accepting applications for grants? Many factors come into play, but it is suggested to not necessarily have a specific amount, but enough financial coverage to handle three to […]

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