- To discuss the management of 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and how the designation impacts the programs and activities a nonprofit is allowed to conduct.
- 501(c)(3) organizations are not permitted to be organized or operated for the benefit of any private individual and are only permitted to engage in minimal political activity. When a nonprofit organization violates these terms, defrauds contributors, or engages in impermissible political activity, the IRS may revoke its tax exempt status.
Witnesses and testimonies
|Tom Fitton||President||Judicial Watch||Panel One|
|Mr. Phillip Hackney||Associate Professor of Law||University of Pittsburgh||Panel One|
|Mr. Lawrence W. Doyle||Managing Partner||DM Income Advisors||Panel Two|
|Mr. John F. Moynihan||Principal||JFM and Associates|