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Posted on May 22, 2013

In the current economy, nonprofit organizations are looking for creative ways to raise money. But nonprofits should be aware of the many legal requirements that govern fundraising, both from the IRS and the State of Georgia. Arm yourself with information to avoid problems down the road. This webcast will briefly discuss the required “paperwork” (including charitable solicitation registration), the tax considerations of fundraising (including unrelated business income and sales tax) and a variety of specific fundraising models including: cause marketing, licensing intellectual property, sponsorships, raffles and other gaming, and galas and other events.

Presenters: Robyn Miller, Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta and Mindy Simon, Emory University

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