A global reach is increasingly necessary for many, if not most, U.S.-based nonprofit organizations. There are a host of difficult and often conflicting issues that must be addressed to keep your nonprofit out of trouble. From hosting meetings, conferences and other events overseas, to hiring local representatives, to affiliating with foreign entities, to determining appropriate corporate and tax structures for overseas operations, to bringing foreign staff, students, grantees or others to the United States, there is no shortage of significant legal and tax issues and concerns that must be considered. In addition, being a U.S. nonprofit, tax-exempt entity does not relieve the organization from certain U.S. information reporting obligations, from being subject to VAT tax, from remaining subject to restrictions on what may transfer across international borders.
This Legal Quick Hit – led by a Venable attorney with extensive experience in this area – will focus on U.S. and foreign tax planning and compliance for U.S.-based nonprofit organizations. For any nonprofit operating – or contemplating operating – outside of U.S. borders, this is an invaluable Quick Hit you will not want to miss.
Charles K. Kolstad, Esq., Of Counsel, Venable LLP
This event is open to ACC members only. Please visit ACC's website if interested in membership.