3 Common Legal Traps Nonprofits Fall Prey To

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Replicating a guest post from Wild Apricot,  for their free webinar I presented on August 23, called “5 Common Legal Traps for Nonprofits and How to Avoid Them.” You can watch here.   Most nonprofits I encounter know they have legal traps lurking within their organization. They’re just not sure what those traps are. Even more dangerous, […]

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The Dangers With a For-profit and Nonprofit Hybrid Structure

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Every so often, a group of us sit down with folks from the IRS Exempt Orgs Section and chat. Talk about upcoming developments, things the IRS sees and for us to watch out for. In June, there was a lengthy discussion on structuring for-profit/nonprofit hybrid structures that stuck out to me.  One, it’s interesting the IRS is seeing so […]

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For a Good to Great Privacy Policy Ask Questions

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Originally appeared on Texas Nonprofits at http://www.txnp.org/Article/?ArticleID=18750 A few years ago I did a podcast on the importance of having a privacy policy. Now, with cyber attacks as regular as the sunset the topic is more relevant than its ever been. Thankfully, organizations are heeding the calls to put something in place. Unfortunately, what’s put in […]

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The Risk of Lawsuits and How To Manage

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Lawsuits are a cost of business. Learn about a few ways to manage the risk.

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Hire An Attorney Like A Pro

Originally appeared on the Startup Grind. Photo Credit: Unsplash http://bit.ly/1OiLATe I see it all the time: organizations run out to buy top of the line computers, walking desks, fancy Swedish staplers – you name it. But the minute I recommend they hire an attorney there’s pause – “that’s too expensive!” Maybe they should wait until there’s more of a […]

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