Consider Mission AND Profit In Investments. IRS Says You Can.

Back from vacation and finally catching up. While I was gone, the IRS got all “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” on us. Well not a giant leap. Or even a leap. More like a “significant shuffle.” But they did publish a catch up with the rest of the investment world, […]

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Updates For Exempt Organizations With Employees


Employment law can be so niche, and change so often, that I tend to shy away from talking about it. But the situations below run so counter to what  folks generally believe to be true that I thought it important to at least highlight them. Those with employees will definitely want to pay attention to […]

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Treasury Proposes New Examples of Program-Related Investments


A few weeks ago the Treasury Department proposed adding a few more examples of Program-Related Investments (PRI) to the Internal Revenue Code. These examples are meant to better illustrate the types of investments that qualify as a PRI and are trending with foundations. So….What is a PRI? In short, a PRI is “a loan or […]

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Organization's Selling Goods Should Know This Rule


Brian Hurh “recently” reported on something in the Payment Law Advisor that has flown relatively under the radar. But organizations that sell goods over the internet will want to pay attention. Currently, there is a law called the “Mail or Telephone Order Merchandise Rule” that governs the sale of goods over….well, the mail and telephone […]

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How To Avoid Entering the “Oops” Agreement


It plagues men and women of all shapes and sizes. It can knock you off your feet before you know what hit you…cause weeks of headaches. It’s the “Oops” Agreement, or at least that’s what I call it. The “Oops” Agreement is that contract you enter into without knowing it. How do you enter a […]

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