Registration for the 53rd Annual Washington
Nonprofit Legal & Tax Conference will open 9/15/16!
A conference of this substance and timeliness is absolutely vital. We promise you will make no more worthwhile professional and educational investment of your time. We look forward to welcoming you in 2017.
The conference is designed especially for directors, comptrollers, CFO's, CEO's , counsel and accountants of nonprofit organizations, including foundations, associations, philanthropic, government, cultural, religious, health, educational, social welfare, civic and fraternal organizations. Attorneys, accountants and others who provide critical services to these sectors--all are present in force as well.
Issues in the EO World are constantly evolving..... and so are our topics
The conference covers core topics like UBIT, the 990, IRS Audits, Accounting Updates, Charitable Deductions, Nonprofit Compensation, Ethics, Chartiable State Registration and numerous Updates affecting all Exempt Organizations - but it also features presentations on trending issues such as:
*Legal Issues with Social Media *Cybersecurity *Election Year Issues
*Buying and Selling Nonprofit Assets *Fraud Prevention for Nonprofit Executives
*Charitable Life Income Plans *Tax Exempt Bonds *Social Investing Structures
*Reporting Lobbying Activities *Challenges with a Mobile Workforce
*Nonprofit Crisis Communciation *Tax Exempt Bonds *Gift Acceptance Policies
The Program Materials
The conference addresses issues of relevance to nonprofit organizations, including the latest developments. The focus is also on practical information that can be put to use with an immediate impact. A 600+ page proceedings manual or flashdrive (your choice) of the speaker's outlines is provided to each registrant.
The superior faculty consists of nationally known attorneys, accountants, and other nonprofit professionals. Key note speakers include IRS officials and members of Congress, who will provide the latest information on important regulatory and legislative developments. There will also be plenty of time for questions and other interaction with the speakers.
One of the greatest advantages of the conference is the opportunity for networking. Exchanging information, seeking advice, and making contacts is an absolutely invaluable aspect of the conference. There is still no substitute for face-to-face interaction.
52 Years of Educating
52 years ago George Webster and Ellis Meredith founded what was at the time the very first national conference dedicated to the tax concerns of nonprofit organizations. It soon became the premier such event in the U.S., and over the past 52 years, every leading legal practitioner, every Member of Congress with relevant oversight authority, and every top Treasury and IRS official in the exempt organizations area has at one time, and usually multiple times, spoken at the Conference. Through all of the changes in the exempt arena, the Conference remains a constant source of the latest tax and other legal developments for nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations.
Registration Fee (Entire Conference)
- $900 (Early Bird through November 2, 2015)
- $975 (Nov. 1, 2013- Feb. 16, 2016)
- $1099 (Feb. 17, 2016- March 16, 2016)
- $750 (Group Registration- 4 or more from organization)
Registration Fee (One Day Option)