Pittsburgh Planned Giving Council
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Elections and the IRS

  • November 06, 2024
  • 11:45 AM
  • Rivers Club, Pittsburgh, PA
  • 70


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Join us for an insightful presentation by Philip Hackney, Professor of Law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, titled "Elections and the IRS." This one-hour session will delve into the critical IRS rules that nonprofits must adhere to in the realm of social and political change. Professor Hackney will provide an expert analysis of how these regulations impact the operations and activities of nonprofits, ensuring they remain compliant while pursuing their missions.

About the Presenter:

Philip Hackney's scholarship focuses on the legal framework governing the nonprofit tax-exempt sector, encompassing charities, social welfare organizations, labor unions, and trade associations. His research examines the influence of the Internal Revenue Code on these entities, which play crucial roles in providing services to vulnerable populations, engaging in political advocacy, managing healthcare provision, and delivering education. Professor Hackney's work aims to enhance the understanding of nonprofits to inform better design of tax and state law rules, ultimately serving the sector's diverse purposes more effectively.

To learn more about Professor Hackney and his extensive work, please visit his full biography here.

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