Employee Activity Challenge Benefits a Worthy Cause
Posted on August 16, 2021, by Christy Weaver in Company Culture.
During the month of July, the Harbor Compliance team stepped up its game—literally! We split into 10 teams and competed in an activity challenge that concluded with our winning four-person team logging a whopping 1,455,774 steps.
The Harbor … Read more
Nonprofit Sector Update: NYS Suspends Schedule B Requirement and More
The July 1, 2021 decision by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) in Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Bonta has started a ripple effect in the world of charitable solicitation regulation.
Nonprofits should expect charitable solicitation registration requirements … Read more
Nonprofit Sector Update: Requirement changes in California, Kansas, New York, and more.
State legislatures and charity officials had a busy spring. Several states made immediate changes to their registration procedures, while others, like California, foreshadow additional requirements to come.
Nonprofits should expect charitable solicitation registration requirements to change frequently. Organizations that handle … Read more
U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down California’s Donor Disclosure Requirement
This article has been updated July 30, 2021, to include changes to the NYS procedures for collecting Schedule B. This article has been subsequently updated August 26, 2021, to include changes to New Jersey’s procedures for collecting Schedule B.
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End of Fiscal Year Nonprofit Compliance: Budget Considerations
For most nonprofits, the end of the fiscal year is reserved for strategic planning for the upcoming year. During this time, organizations establish budgets and means by which to fund and grow their impact. Many organizations have adopted online fundraising … Read more
U.S. Supreme Court to Hear California Donor Disclosure Case
On July 1, 2021, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the challengers, striking California’s requirement that organizations file Form 990 Schedule B with their annual solicitation registrations. Visit this post for more information.
In April 2021, the Supreme Court … Read more
New York Creates Additional Reporting Requirements for Soliciting Nonprofit Organizations
Update for November 12, 2021: New York Gov. Hochul has signed S4817a/A1141a, which repeals the redundant Department of State filing requirement.
Effective January 1, 2021, many nonprofit organizations that register with the New York Attorney General – Charities Bureau will … Read more
In a COVID-19 World, Do You Know Who Your Registered Agents Are?
In every state, business entities such as LLCs need to appoint a registered agent when they form or register. The registered agent’s job is to receive service of process at its physical location and forward it to the organization it … Read more
Insurance 101: How to Get Licensed as an Insurance Agent
Posted on January 15, 2021, by Emily Lazration in Business Compliance.
The insurance industry offers plenty of rewarding career opportunities. As an insurance agent, not only will you work to protect your clients from various risks, but you’ll have the chance to advance your career and earn money.
It’s important to … Read more
Nonprofit Sector Update: 2020 NAAG/NASCO Conference
November 17th and 18th, 2020, marked the public sessions of the annual NAAG/NASCO Conference. Harbor Compliance is a proud yearly attendee of the NAAG/NASCO conference. We are committed to discussing the biggest challenges facing the sector with state regulators so … Read more