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Posted on December 12, 2012

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Many 501(c)(3) organizations provide scholarships or other financial assistance to individuals, or would like to do so but have questions about how to set up such programs.

This webcast will address the following issues:

• What constitutes a scholarship versus other types financial assistance;
• The laws which affect the awarding of scholarships, including the type of reporting required by the IRS;
• Best practices for designing and setting up scholarships/financial assistance programs; and
• Best practices for maintaining and managing scholarships/financial assistance programs.

Presenter: Ashley Halfman, Miller & Martin PLLC

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