|Faculty:||David G. Samuels|
|Production Date:||December 1 2011|
In this program, Non-Profit legal expert David Samuels reviews the extra scrutiny of executive compensation in non-profit organizations. He provides a helpful overview of the historical concerns and discusses private inurement, the IRS codes and the state laws that regulate these executive compensations. Mr. Samuels also provides examples of situations where executive compensation has gone awry and possible penalties for organizations who do give excess compensation. He also shares helpful tips for board members to consider when evaluating executive compensation packages and teaches them how to protect their organizations from claims of unjust or excessive compensation. This program is extremely useful for New York professionals representing nonprofit organizations as well individuals who sit on boards or work for charitable organizations.
I. Understanding Historical Concerns
II. Federal Statutory Framework for Analysis of Compensation
III. Taxpayer Bill of Rights 2
IV. Excess Benefits and Disqualified Person(s)
V. Comprehend Excise Tax
VI. Recent Headlines of Excessive Compensation
Instructional Method: Self-Study
Kevin (New York, NY)
Good survey; engaging speaker.
Susan (Brooklyn, NY)
Very well organized and presented.
Pat (Brooklyn, NY)
Joseph M. (Iselin , NJ)
Charles (New York, NY)
Marie (Mountlake Terrace, WA)
I really like this speaker
Erwin (Mount Laurel, NJ)
Spencer (New York, NY)
Anthony (East Setauket, NY)
Another fine presentation by Mr. Samuels.
Annjeannette (Brooklyn, NY)
Patrick (Pearl River, NY)
Good for a Non-profit refresher.
Ira (Brooklyn, NY)
A very good evaluation - added to my understanding of just compensation etc. in the non profit sphere.
Geoffrey (Chappaqua, NY)
Mr. Samuels presentation was truly outstanding. I have served on non-profit boards in the past and think that I am fairly knowledgeable about these issues, but I still felt that it was very worthwhile to spend an hour listening to his comments.
Ann (Pittsfield, MA)
Essential course for all attorneys that sit on boards.
Michael (New York, NY)
I found coverage of the new IRS penalties very valuable, the mentioning of Governor Cuomo too. The written materials are a really goo after-the-fact aid in dealing with the issues.