Posts Tagged: Employees

IRS Waives Eligibility Requirements for Employee Reclassification Program

Is your nonprofit incorrectly classifying employees as independent contractors? This has been an area of hot attention by the IRS and Employment Development Department in the last few years and it’s about to get even worse. California employers who willfully misclassify employees are fined between $5,000-$15,000 per incident, in addition to any other penalties or …



May 7, 2013 Posted by Jessica Shofler in Accountability, Board

If you are a nonprofit Executive Director, CFO, or Director of Human Resources, we urge you to attend A Program for Non-Profit Organizations being held on May 17, 2013 from 7:30am-10:30am at the Sportsmen’s Lodge. The program will include strategies for managing your banking partnership and how to discipline and terminate employees without getting sued, …


Revised I-9 Form for New Hires

Earlier we asked you if your nonprofit has any independent contractors. Today it’s time to ask about employees. Has your nonprofit recently hired or is it hiring new employees? If so, it needs to be aware of the revised Form I-9, the form that all employers are required to complete for each employee hired in …


Hired a Contractor? The EDD Has A Form for You

Has your organization hired an independent contractor? If so, it may be required to file a Report of Independent Contractor. Any nonprofit operating in California that hires an individual or sole proprietor to do $600 or more worth of contract work must report information about that contractor to the Employment Development Department (EDD). The information …


The Tax Relief Act Does Give Breaks To Non-Profits

January 10, 2011 Posted by The Law Firm for Non-Profits, P.C. in Taxes

The Tax Relief Act (actually, “The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Preauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010”), passed by Congress and signed into law by President Barak Obama late in December 2010 included several provisions that may directly or indirectly impact non-profit organizations. A summary of key provisions follows: The most immediate benefit felt by …


Nonprofits Can Get Payroll Tax Credits

July 17, 2010 Posted by The Law Firm for Non-Profits, P.C. in Taxes

Small nonprofits may receive credits to payroll taxes for hiring new employees. If the nonprofit has: Fewer than 25 full time equivalent staff or employees; Annual wages average less than $50,000; and The employer picks up at least 50% of the premium for individual health insurance coverage, it may qualify. Learn more.