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2020 Nonprofit Organizations

2020 Live Conference coming up Jan 23 in Austin. Info and registration »
2020 Materials expected available 3-5 weeks from conference date.



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2019 Nonprofit Organizations

Don’t miss the 36th Annual Nonprofit Organizations Institute featuring nationally recognized experts from private foundations, public charities, law, finance, and government discussing the latest tax, legislative and governance issues affecting nonprofit organizations.   The Institute offers in-depth discussion on the issues most relevant to your organization or practice, with two days of presentations, targeted tracks, and opportunities to attend small-group "master classes" for a deeper dive on key topics, including:  An overview of the latest legislative and regulatory developments, including Revisiting Tax Reform and Its Aftermath. Issues in Fundraising, Restricted Gifts, and Endowments. Managing Investment Portfolio. Social Impact Bonds, as well as Entrepreneurial Activities. Risk Management for both Private Foundations and Public Charities. Data Protection and Privacy Compliance for Nonprofits. Joint Ventures and Complex Organizational Structures. Top Compliance Issues for Private Foundations and Public Charities. Dealing with Investigations in Today's "Woke" Workplace, with 1.00 hour of Ethics on identifying and mitigating employment risks. Four small-group “Master Classes” for a deeper dive on key topics: Violation of Chapter 42; Developing a Prudent Investment Portfolio; Anatomy of a Grant Agreement; and UBI.  more



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2018 Nonprofit Organizations

The 2018 Nonprofit Organizations Institute features nationally recognized experts from private foundations, public charities, law, finance, and government discussing the latest tax, legislative and governance issues affecting nonprofit organizations.   The Institute offers in-depth discussion on the issues most relevant to your organization or practice, with presentations and targeted tracks including: A View of the Sector, with key trends and the latest legislative and regulatory developments A General Counsel/CFO Roundtable discussion on the top risk areas facing nonprofits Fundraising and Planned Giving Structuring Private Philanthropy and Issues in Family Office Philanthropy Funding Concerns for Private Foundations Donor Advised Funds and Impact Investing Internal Controls and Insurance IP, Privacy Issues, and Social Media Taking Cybersecurity Seriously and strategies for preparedness and response Form 990: The “Naughty” and The “Nice” My Employee Did What?, with 1.00 hour of Ethics on identifying and mitigating employment risks Hear the View from the Attorney General from Susan K. Staricka, as well as the Year in Review with Bruce R. Hopkins on current developments in federal legislation, IRS rulings, and court opinions. Earn CLE credit, CPE credit (NASBA), and CFP credit. more



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2017 Nonprofit Organizations

The 2017 Nonprofit Organizations Institute features leading nationally recognized experts from private foundations, public charities, law, finance and government discussing the latest tax, legislative and governance issues affecting nonprofit organizations. The Institute offers in-depth discussion on the issues most relevant to your organization or practice, with presentations and targeted tracks on: Advocacy Charitable Giving: Endowments, Restricted Gifts, plus Investing and Accounting for Restricted Funds Employment and HR Issues Cyber Literacy and Crisis Management Corporate Sponsorships and Cause-Related Marketing Strategies for Structuring: Joint Ventures and For-Profit Subsidiaries Grantmaking Effective Compliance and Reporting for Public Charities and Private Foundations Anatomy of a Whistleblower Complaint Plus, get the Year in Review with Bruce R. Hopkins on current developments in federal legislation, IRS rulings and court opinions. And hear Evan Smith of the Texas Tribune during the Thursday Luncheon Presentation. more




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2016 Nonprofit Organizations

The 2016 Nonprofit Organizations Institute features leading nationally recognized experts from private foundations, public charities, law, finance and government to discuss the latest tax, legislative and governance issues affecting nonprofit organizations. more




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2015 Nonprofit Organizations

Don’t miss the 2015 Nonprofit Organizations Institute at the Four Seasons Austin. Leading nationally recognized experts from private foundations, public charities, law, finance and government discuss the latest tax, legislative and governance issues affecting nonprofit organizations.  ​2015 program highlights include: TE/GE Commissioner of the IRS, Sunita B. Lough, provides an overview of the changes at the IRS and in the nonprofit sector over the past year In-depth, targeted tracks cover charitable giving, investment management, private foundation issues, structuring and operating, effective oversight, and new frontiers for charitable organizations Bruce Hopkins, Polsinelli, PC, Kansas City, MO, explores current developments in the nonprofit industry Gain insight from  into what every nonprofit organization needs to know about complying with the Affordable Care Act Hear from Johnny R. Buckles, University of Houston Law Center, Houston, TX, on ethical considerations in representing nonprofit organizations Earn CLE credit, CPE credit (NASBA) and CFP credit more




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2014 Nonprofit Organizations

Leading nationally recognized experts from private foundations, public charities, law, finance and government illuminate new and developing legislation as well as all the latest legal, tax and governance issues affecting nonprofit organizations. The 2014 program features targeted tracks on lobbying and political activity, investment and finance, governance and restricted funds, commercial and business activities, and more. Additional highlights include a view from the Treasury Department, The Pulse of the Nonprofit Sector with Independent Sector’s Geoffrey Plague, Bruce Hopkins on the latest tax, regulatory and legislative developments, social media and nonprofit organizations, executive compensation, UBIT, and much more. more




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2013 Nonprofit Organizations

Don't miss the 2013 Nonprofit Organizations Institute—leading national experts from private foundations, law, finance and government discuss the latest tax, legislative and governance issues affecting private foundations and nonprofit organizations. The 2013 program features practical sessions on investment risk and return, program-related investments and strategic tax planning for private foundations; collaboration with for-profits, cause-related marketing, surviving a PR crisis and compensation strategies for nonprofits; Lois Lerner, Director of Exempt Organizations Division for the IRS; Bruce Hopkins on the latest tax, regulatory and legislative developments; critical board policies, attracting and retaining donors, donor advised funds, and much more. Don't miss two days of robust presentations and great networking opportunities at the Four Seasons Austin—a perfect downtown location in the heart of the music, restaurant and entertainment districts. more




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2012 Nonprofit Organizations

Join leading national experts from private foundations, law, finance and government as they discuss the latest tax, legislative and governance issues affecting private foundations and nonprofit organizations. The 2012 program features practical sessions on managing financial and operational risks and liabilities; preventing fraud and protecting your organization through better governance; the risks and benefits of marketing and social media; special private foundations and public charities tracks; and a presentation with Lois Lerner of the IRS on The View from Washington: IRS Initiatives Involving Exempt Organizations. Join us at the Four Seasons Austin—a perfect downtown location in the heart of the music, restaurant and entertainment districts—for two days of superb presentations and great networking opportunities. more



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2011 Nonprofit Organizations

Join leading national experts from private foundations, law, finance and government as they discuss the latest tax, legislative and governance issues affecting private foundations and nonprofit organizations. The 2011 program features practical sessions on managing financial and operational risks and liabilities; preventing fraud and protecting your organization through better governance; a special private foundations track; and a keynote luncheon presentation with Tim Delaney of the National Council of Nonprofits on Key Legislative, Regulatory and Policy Issues for the Nonprofit Sector. more



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2010 Nonprofit Organizations

Leading national experts from private foundations, law, finance and government discuss the latest tax, legislative and governance issues affecting private foundations and nonprofit organizations. The 2010 program includes practical sessions on managing financial and operational risks and liabilities; understanding investment returns and investment statements; break-out sessions for charitable organizations and private foundations; and the latest on tax and examination issues from Bruce Hopkins and senior IRS officials. more



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2009 Nonprofit Organizations

Leading national experts from law, government, accounting, and private foundations will discuss the latest tax, legislative, and governance issues including a special break-out track for private foundations. This year's program also includes a three-hour optional Wednesday "nuts and bolts" primer on the new Form 990. more



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2008 Nonprofit Organizations

Join leading members of the private foundation and charitable organizations community at one of the best nonprofit conferences in the nation, set at the beautiful Four Seasons Hotel in Austin, Texas. Cosponsored with the Conference of Southwest Foundations, the program features expanded break-out tracks for private foundations and charitable organizations, as well as optional Wednesday evening primers. A nationally recognized faculty will address key governance, financial, legal, and compliance issues facing nonprofit organizations, including the new IRS enforcement actions, the Pension Protection Act, compensation, innovative ways for private foundations to give money, and more. Kenneth Gladish, Bruce Hopkins, Emily Parker, David Fish, Michael Peregrine, and many other national faculty will present at this superb program. Don't miss it. more



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2007 Nonprofit Organizations

Join leading members of the private foundation and charitable organizations community at one of the best nonprofit conferences in the nation, set at the beautiful Four Seasons Hotel in Austin, Texas. Cosponsored with the Conference of Southwest Foundations, this year’s event includes expanded break-out tracks, as well as an optional Wednesday evening program: a primer on nonprofit organizations or an in-depth overview of nonprofit financial statements. Leading national experts will cover a vast array of topics, includ­ing current tax and legislative issues, the effectiveness of grants, finance, accounting and employment issues. Don't miss it! more



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2006 Nonprofit Organizations

Join leading members of the private foundation and charitable organizations community at one of the best nonprofit conferences in the nation. more



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2005 Nonprofit Organizations

Join private and government attorneys, accountants, foundation and endowment executives, and financial advisors to nonprofit organizations at one of the leading nonprofit conferences in the Southwest. more



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2004 Nonprofit Organizations

Join private and government attorneys, accountants, foundation and endowment executives, and financial advisors to nonprofit organizations at one of the leading nonprofit conferences in the Southwest. more


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2003 Nonprofit Organizations


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