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Compensation Best Practices in the Nonprofit World - Part 5 in a Series

In this series that addresses common issues surrounding compensation, it’s worthwhile to note that compensation encompasses all forms of pay and

Developing a Compensation Philosophy - Part 4 in the Series

A compensation philosophy can be useful to a board of directors of a nonprofit in developing compensation processes and determining pay packages for new

Who Should Handle Compensation Matters on a Nonprofit Board of Directors? Part 3 in the Series

For small or medium-sized boards, executive compensation may be handled by the entire board. For larger boards of directors, though, it may be useful to

Nonprofit Executive Compensation: The Board's Responsibilities - Part 2 in the Series

The board of directors, when setting compensation for the chief executive officer (and other executives, as the case may be), must weigh several obligations
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Pittsburgh Nonprofits in the Headlines: Compensation Best Practices in the Nonprofit World - Part 1 in the Series

A front page-article in the Sunday, September 10 issue of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette titled “Pittsburgh’s nonprofits are untaxed, unelected

Red Flags in Reasonable Compensation

How does an IRS agent determine that an organization might have a reasonable compensation issue? We can look to the Reasonable Compensation Job Aid for

Executive Compensation at Not-For-Profit Organizations

Executive compensation at not-for-profit organizations is a hot topic at the IRS these days. Executive compensation that is deemed unreasonable at tax-exempt

Reasonable Compensation

Reasonable compensation is a topic of interest to both the Internal Revenue Service and the shareholder-employees of S corporations and C corporations.
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Trends in Goodwill Impairment - Part 2

This writing is a follow-up to the previously issued “Trends in Goodwill Impairment” and discusses the 2014 goodwill survey of FEI members.
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