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Posted on July 30, 2018

Setting compensation requires considerations under both employment and tax laws. Before getting too creative, please join this webcast so that we may share some legal considerations in situations such as:

    – You’re about to hire a new ED, what factors should you use in determining what the salary will be?
    – Your long-term ED is about to retire, and received a nominal salary during her early years with your nonprofit.
    – Could you greatly increase her salary in her final year, to recognize her contribution to the organization and to try to balance out those early years?
    – Can you keep employees on your company health insurance policy after their retirement?

Presenter: Leah Singleton, Thompson Hine LLP

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