See More: Events
Examining the Layers of Lobbying Tax Regulations
|Date:||June 7, 2012|
|Time:||11:45 am-1:00 pm|
Walter E Washington Convention Center
801 Mount Vernon Place, NW
If your association’s mission is to participate in the political and public policy arena, this examination of how lobbying, advocacy and political activities affect 501(c)(6) organizations and their related 501(c)(3)’s should not be missed.
Tax and legal experts will provide instruction on the filing requirements for the Lobbying Disclosure Act and IRS Forms 990 and 1120-POL. As they offer guidance on how to prepare accurate information for your tax preparers, you will gain a better understanding of the difference between lobbying and political activities and their respective reporting requirements. When does advocacy turn into lobbying? Where do your activities go on each filing form? How does the Lobbying Disclosure Act affect your operations? Find out the answer to these questions and others.
Richard J. Locastro
Stephen J. Kelin
|Registration:||Click Here To Register|
Their tagline “Personal Attention Will Never Become Obsolete” sums up every interaction with have with their staff at all levels and the commitment and advice we have received from David Graling and Terri McKnight is exceptional.
AAMFT, Christine Michaels | Chairman, Principal
The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)