Private Inurement and Excessive Compensation

The Private Inurement Prohibition requires that a public charity that has been granted tax-exempt status under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code operate so that none of its income or assets unreasonably benefits its board members, trustees, officers or key employees. These types of individuals are commonly referred to as insiders. The Prohibition precludes any of the income or assets of the charity from unfairly or unreasonably benefiting either directly or indirectly individuals who have close relationships with their organizations and the ability to exercise control over them.

Issues related to Private Inurement and Excessive Compensation frequently come up in an audit of a non-profit entity. Tax Attorney Lawrence Brown has deep experience representing non-profit entities in IRS tax disputes including those relating to Private Inurement and Excessive Compensation. Lawrence Brown is a former Trial Attorney with the Department of Justice Tax Division. His private practice focuses on resolving complex tax disputes including those related to Private Inurement and Excessive Compensation.

To address matters related to Private Inurement and Excessive Compensation with a highly qualified tax lawyer, contact Brown, PC at 888-870-0025 or e-mail the law firm through this Web site for legal counsel relating to Private Inurement and Excessive Compensation. Our main offices are located in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas metroplex and we represent clients throughout the United States and the world.

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