Nonprofit Basics: Insider Transactions and Nonprofits – What’s the Big Deal?
Welcome to EO Radio Show – Your Nonprofit Legal Resource. This is the first in a series of episodes covering the federal and state laws that apply to business transactions between a nonprofit and its insiders such as directors, executives, substantial contributors, and entities controlled by them.
In this episode, I provide a general overview of the federal laws. I talk about the rules that cover financial transactions that nonprofit directors, trustees, and executives should address carefully before they occur, and the penalties and other adverse consequences to an organization and its managers and insiders who violate these laws.
In the next few episodes, I'll cover the related topics of conflict of interest policies and best practices for approving insider compensation.
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