Legal Traps Of Your Nonprofit Selling Goods Online

Webinar: ID# 1014375
Recorded CD
About This Course:
With the need for additional revenue to carry out their missions, some nonprofits are conducting or considering online sales. While they do increase revenues, these activities create potential risks, many of which are unique to tax-exempt organizations.

This webinar assists nonprofits and their advisors in recognizing, understanding, and addressing the legal and tax issues raised by online sales activity.

Nonprofit leaders and advisors, particularly those focused on financial and legal compliance issues, as well as those who will be involved with carrying out the online sales, should attend.


Case Study of Online Sales Business Plan
General Contract Issues
  • Use of Nonprofit's Trademark
  • Transactional Costs
Commercial Co-Venturer and Cause-MarketingImpact on Tax-Exempt StatusState and Federal Unrelated Business Income Tax (UBIT)Sales Tax and Other State FilingsAuction RulesFACULTY

Anita S. Lichtblau
  • Partner at the Boston law firm of Casner & Edwards, LLP concentrating in nonprofit organizations
  • Former general counsel of large human services nonprofit and former executive director of nonprofit providing training and technical assistance on legal and financial issues to a national network of community-based nonprofits
  • Experience with nonprofit organizations on a variety of legal issues, including nonprofit formation and dissolution; obtaining tax-exempt status; governance; contracts; regulation of government-funded programs; tax-exempt issues such as lobbying and political activity, UBIT, and private benefit; employment; fundraising; mergers and affiliations; and restricted gifts
  • J.D. degree, Harvard Law School; B.A. degree, Cornell University
Jeanne M. Schuster
  • Executive director at Ernst & Young, concentrating in tax-exempt organizations
  • Experience with tax-exempt organizations includes representation during IRS and state audits, including IRS Team examinations, mergers and reorganizations of exempt and taxable corporations, applications for exempt status, unrelated business income tax, employment tax, information reporting and sales tax issues
  • LL.M. degree, Boston University School of Law; J.D. degree, New England School of Law; B.A. degree in accounting, Bentley College
Legal Traps Of Your Nonprofit Selling Goods Online
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