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Nonprofit Law: Charity Fundraising & Solicitation

Presented by Kent E. Seton

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Course Description

Length: 58min    Published: 5/17/2016    
The United States is one of the top countries in the world in incentivizing charitable donations. To prevent fraud, federal and local governments have created a complex regulatory environment governing charitable organization, charitable donations, and solicitations.

In this program, Kent Seton will unravel the key charity fundraising and solicitation rules and issues that practitioners commonly face with their business clients and in litigation. Among the topics covered are compliance issues, digital fundraising issues, multi-state fundraising, taxation issues, and cause marketing.

Learning Objectives
* Explore key compliance issues in charity fundraising
* Learn about multi-state fundraising issues
* Understand the tax implications of charity fundraising and solicitation
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Presented By:

Kent E. Seton

Los Angeles & Orange County, Califorina


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"Excellent content and presentation style."

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"Excellent information, presented in an easy to understand, and apply, way. Just great."

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"Opened my ideas to al lot of regulations I had not considered. Really tied together my background in marketing, charitable work, and legal practice."

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"Excellent presentation. Lecturer did not have to read from any notes-- just knows his stuff. Kept it interesting throughout."

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