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Employee Awards & Gifts: Guidance to Avoid a Tax Spoiler

January 24, 2023
Your nonprofit wants to honor & celebrate its employees, whether it is with a company meal, holiday present, or award for years of service to your organization.  Employees appreciate employer gifts for any reason, but the gift is not as exciting if it’s taxed. In this episode of the PBPA Podcast, Darrell Smelcer with Hunton Andrew Kurth will walk us through the tax considerations of gifts to employees.  He will share tips and guidance to help your …

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January 20, 2023
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What to Do If Your Nonprofit Receives Employee Wage Garnishment Papers

December 21, 2022
Your nonprofit has received notice from a government agency or court to garnish an employee’s wages. Now what? Nonprofit employers may not always be clear on their responsibilities when they receive a garnishment order. In this episode of the PBPA Podcast, Elijah Davis with Stanton Law outlines why a nonprofit should immediately respond to garnishment papers, tips for the conversation with the garnished employee and guidance to make those garnishments papers less daunting. Pro Bono Partnership of …

Should Your Nonprofit Use Offer Letters or Employment Agreements in Hiring?

December 21, 2022
What is the difference between an offer letter and an employment agreement? This is a common question that employers have when deciding how to document the employment of a new hire. Read this article by Nell Schiller with King & Spalding to learn the differences between these two types of agreements and why offer letters are the better option for most nonprofit employees.

A New Nonprofit? Should You Create One and the 'Determination' Needed for 501(c)(3) Status

December 14, 2022
So, you’re thinking of starting your own nonprofit organization. It’s certainly an admirable endeavor; however, the road to receive and maintain 501(c)(3) status can be long and somewhat complicated. In this webinar, our speakers will review: Speaker: Cara Mitchell, Associate General Counsel, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Felix Swierski, Associate, Arnall Golden Gregory Open Slides in New Tab

Guiding the Guides: Working with Volunteer Mentors

December 2, 2022
February 16th, 2023 at 12:00pm Link to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/guiding-the-guides-working-with-volunteer-youth-mentors-tickets-479549614807?aff=ebdsoporgprofile To realize the full potential of youth mentoring programs, it is critical for a nonprofit to have appropriate safeguards in place to protect the nonprofit, its volunteer mentors and its youth mentees. In the webinar, our speaker will review legal considerations for nonprofits that have volunteers who mentor youth, including: Speaker: Kristine Berry Morain, EVP, General Counsel, Boys & Girls Clubs of America
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Employee Awards & Gifts: Guidance to Avoid a Tax Spoiler


Your nonprofit wants to honor & celebrate its employees, whether it is with a company meal, holiday present, or award for years of service to your organization.  Employees appreciate employer gifts for any reason, but the gift is not as exciting if it’s taxed. In this episode of the PBPA Podcast, Darrell Smelcer with Hunton …

January 24, 2023


What to Do If Your Nonprofit Receives Employee Wage Garnishment Papers


Your nonprofit has received notice from a government agency or court to garnish an employee’s wages. Now what? Nonprofit employers may not always be clear on their responsibilities when they receive a garnishment order. In this episode of the PBPA Podcast, Elijah Davis with Stanton Law outlines why a nonprofit should immediately respond to garnishment …

December 21, 2022


Should Your Nonprofit Use Offer Letters or Employment Agreements in Hiring?


What is the difference between an offer letter and an employment agreement? This is a common question that employers have when deciding how to document the employment of a new hire. Read this article by Nell Schiller with King & Spalding to learn the differences between these two types of agreements and why offer letters …


A New Nonprofit? Should You Create One and the ‘Determination’ Needed for 501(c)(3) Status


So, you’re thinking of starting your own nonprofit organization. It’s certainly an admirable endeavor; however, the road to receive and maintain 501(c)(3) status can be long and somewhat complicated. In this webinar, our speakers will review: Speaker: Cara Mitchell, Associate General Counsel, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Felix Swierski, Associate, Arnall Golden Gregory Open Slides …

December 14, 2022


Guiding the Guides: Working with Volunteer Mentors


February 16th, 2023 at 12:00pm Link to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/guiding-the-guides-working-with-volunteer-youth-mentors-tickets-479549614807?aff=ebdsoporgprofile To realize the full potential of youth mentoring programs, it is critical for a nonprofit to have appropriate safeguards in place to protect the nonprofit, its volunteer mentors and its youth mentees. In the webinar, our speaker will review legal considerations for nonprofits that have volunteers …

December 2, 2022


A New Mandatory EEOC Poster for the Hybrid Work Era


The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has announced the replacement of the “EEO is the Law” poster with a new poster entitled “Know Your Rights.”  All private employers with 15 or more employees and all federal contractors are required to display this poster.  Read this article about what the new poster provides and how employers, whether in person, remote …

November 28, 2022


Short and Suite: Renting Out Space for Special Events or Occasional Use


Is your nonprofit considering renting out its space for occasional events? For example, you have a great garden that could be rented out for special events or a gym that another nonprofit wants to use for after-school programming. Occasionally renting out your space can be an opportunity to collaborate with the community and raise funds …

November 21, 2022


About the Expired Form I-9


Employers may see that the Form I-9 in their “new employee document packet” was set to expire on October 31, 2022.  Where is the updated form?  Read this article from Littler to learn more about what nonprofit employers should provide to their new hires completing their Form I-9s. 

October 31, 2022


When Does a Georgia Nonprofit Owe Personal Property Tax?


Despite being exempt from federal income tax in most cases, 501(c)(3) organizations still have to pay many taxes.  For example, tax-exempt nonprofits may find themselves paying personal property taxes in Georgia on items like machinery and computers under certain circumstances. This article by Becky Gula and Vianca Orina with DLA Piper discusses how personal property is taxed …

October 26, 2022


Pause Before You Post: Nonprofits and Social Media Legal Considerations


Volunteers and employees engage nonprofits via social media in multiple ways. Volunteers may take pictures of themselves at an organization event and post them on their social. Or a board member may mention their affiliation with a (C)(3) in their profile, while making posts that should not be associated with the nonprofit. And finally, each …

October 24, 2022


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