Minneapolis Paid Sick Leave Ordinance

On May 27, 2016, the Minneapolis City Council voted unanimously to approve an ordinance that will require employers to provide paid sick leave to most workers. 
 

1023-EZ fee going down July 1st

The IRS just announced today, via Revenue Procedure 2016-32, that it will be reducing the user fee (filing fee) for the 1023-EZ from $400 to $275, effective July 1st.  While it is cheaper, faster, and easier -- I still continue to caution users of the 1023-EZ.  See my prior posts here and here.  For my real inital thoughts (the snarky ones), please contact me privately (or perhaps read about it on Twitter).

EO Update Opportunity - TEGE Gulf Coast

I am happy to announce that I, along with Heidi Christianson at Nilan Johnson Lewis, will be co-hosting a remote viewing/participation opportunity on June 10th.  The TEGE Council Gulf Coast Area will be putting an an Exempt Organization Update and is allowing remote locations to participate via Web-Ex.  This is a great opportunity to hear speakers you normally only hear at larger, national conferences!  For more information about the agenda and to register, please visit their website here.

Nilan Johnson Lewis is generously offering bagels and coffee for attendees that morning starting at 7:30.  Lunch will be on your own at some of the wonderful food trucks that populate the area, or in the skyway.  Nilan Johnson Lewis will not validate parking.  

I have been told by the TEGE Gulf Coast folks that CPE has been applied for and approved for this program.  Currently there is no CLE credit provided (however that may change).

New overtime regulations for nonprofit organizations

The U.S. Department of Labor has announced new overtime regulations for nonprofit organizations, which will take effect December 1, 2016. Find out more details here.

501(c)(3)s in the election year

Election time is upon us again and with it comes (avoidable) headaches for some 501(c)(3) organizations. In this post, I’ll discuss some ways an election year can impact your organization, what to be aware of, and what to avoid.

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