Legal, Compliance & Transparency
Effective Nonprofits are created and maintained for the benefit of the public, and pursue that which is fair, equitable and just. An effective nonprofit not only meets the requirements of the law, but also follows ethical practices and is formed and maintained for the public benefit above all.
Professional Development and Learning:
- January 17, 2019 - Get the Most from Your 990: How to Ensure You Are Stating Your Real Worth
- Can My Business Be a Nonprofit - NonprofitReady (Video)*
- Charitable Activities - State of Oregon Department of Justice (Website)
- Compliance Guide for 501c3 Public Charities - IRS (Guide)
- Employment Law Handbook of Oregon - Employment Law Handbook (Website)
- Oregon Secretary of State (Website)
- Principles for Good Governance and Ethical Practice - Independent Sector and NAO (Guide)
- Revamping Workplace Culture to Prevent Harrassment - BoardSource (Guide and Checklist)
- Sample Conflict of Interest Policy and Statement - Montana Nonprofits (Example)
- Starting a Nonprofit in Oregon - NAO (Guide)
- State of Oregon Bureau of Labor and Statistics for Oregon - Oregon.gov (Website)
- Tax Information and Charities & Other Non-profits - Internal Revenue Service (Website)
- UMIFA Becomes UPMIFA - Uniform Law Commission (Article)
- Whistleblower Tip Sheet - NAO (FAQ)
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