Form 990 New Disclosure Requirements for Not-for-Profit Hospitals
Protecting Tax-Exempt Status While Complying With IRS Transparency Obligations
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This seminar will examine the legal implications of the new transparency requirements of Form 990 for not-for-profit hospitals and the current enforcement climate for tax law violations. The seminar will provide best practices for protecting tax-exempt status while complying with the new disclosure requirements.
- Form 990 disclosure requirements
- Corporate governance implications
- Financial arrangements with insiders
- Community benefit standard
- Current enforcement environment
- Whistleblower statutes
- IRS compliance checks
- Best practices for protecting non-exempt status
- Conflicts of interest
- Whistleblower policy
- Document retention and destruction
- Investments and joint ventures
- Gift acceptance policy
- Compensation policies
- Charity care
- Debt collections policy
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What corporate governance implications arise from Form 990's new disclosure requirements?
- How is the IRS increasing its efforts to identify and address tax law violations by not-for-profit hospitals?
- What steps should not-for-profit hospitals take immediately to protect their non-exempt status when providing the information required by the Form 990?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
James R. King
He chairs the firm's healthcare practice's Tax Exempt Organization and Corporate Governance Team, counseling health... | Read More
He chairs the firm's healthcare practice's Tax Exempt Organization and Corporate Governance Team, counseling health facilities on tax and corporate governance matters.Close
Patrick S. Coffey
Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell
He concentrates his practice in the representation of healthcare-related entities in complex business litigation,... | Read More
He concentrates his practice in the representation of healthcare-related entities in complex business litigation, internal investigations and white collar criminal defense matters.Close
T. J. Sullivan
He advises tax-exempt organizations on complex regulatory issues. He previously worked for the IRS, where he... | Read More
He advises tax-exempt organizations on complex regulatory issues. He previously worked for the IRS, where he specialized in matters involving the tax treatment of hospitals.Close
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