Price: Members $79 | Nonmembers $129
Original Presentation Date: January 2020
This session will include an update on the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, including the impact on charitable giving due to the increase in the standard deduction. We will also explore what revocation of the 80/20 rule pertaining to seating priority means for athletics – and all other seating applications. We will then look at such topics as quid pro quo, gift dates, donor control, scholarships, common gift myths, auctions, sponsorships, and special events. And we will conclude with an exciting discussion of IRS non-compliance penalties!
About the Presenter:
John Taylor utilizes his extensive campaign management knowledge in helping nonprofit organizations achieve or exceed their fundraising goals. For over 30 years, he has served as a leader in the field of advancement, campaign management, and board development and has helped nonprofit organizations around the world to enhance the infrastructure aspects of advancement and assist them with strategic and campaign planning, preparation and execution.
Previously, John was the Associate Vice Chancellor for Advancement Services & Interim Campaign Manager at North Carolina State University, where he oversaw the planning phase of a $1.6 billion capital campaign. John has also served as Vice President for Research and Data Services at CASE, and as the Director of Alumni & Development Records at Duke University. During his tenure as director, John guided Duke’s advancement services processes to an industry benchmark of efficiency and accuracy and helped the Duke Advancement team achieve its goal of raising $2 billion for the University.
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