AHLA Corporate Governance Implications of Nonprofit Executive Compensation, First Edition (AHLA Members)

American Health Lawyers Association

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AHLA Corporate Governance Implications of Nonprofit Executive Compensation, First Edition (AHLA Members)

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Table of Contents Author/Contributors
Table of Contents

Preface
About the Authors
Acknowledgements

1 Common Elements of Nonprofit Executive Compensation and Benefits

2 Selected Federal Laws and Recent Events

3 Fiduciary Duty Issues

4 Executive Compensation Committees, Charters, and Policies

5 Reporting and Disclosure of Executive Compensation

Appendix 1 IRS Model Conflict of Interest Policy

Appendix 2 Compensation Committee Charter

Appendix 3 Sample Nonprofit Corporation Conflicts of Interest Policy

Appendix 4 Sample Nonprofit Corporation Executive Compensation Policy

Appendix 5 Discussion of Pre-2008 Form 990 Disclosure Requirements

Appendix 6 Executive Compensation Items Reported on Revised Form 990

Index

About the Author

American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA)

Leading health law to excellence through education, information, and dialogue, the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) is the nation's largest, nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) educational organization devoted to legal issues in the healthcare field. AHLA provides a wide variety of resources to address the issues faced by law firms, government, in-house counsel and academia and those who represent the entire spectrum of the health industry.


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Corporate Governance Implications of Nonprofit Executive Compensation discusses the need for a proper governance process for the approval and implementation of executive compensation programs in nonprofit healthcare organizations. This publication focuses on the federal tax concepts and guidance applicable to executive compensation paid by tax exempt healthcare providers; recent Congressional, IRS and state level inquiries, compliance initiatives and audits; the use of comparability data and expert opinion in building a credible governance process; governance structure and policies; and reporting and disclosure of executive compensation. Also included are valuable sample forms such as a compensation committee charter, conflict of interest policies, and an executive compensation policy.

AUTHORS

Douglas K. Anning, Esquire
John B. Beard, Esquire
Ralph DeJong, Esquire
Susan G. Duffy, Esquire
Stuart Harvey
Marci Rose Levine, Esquire
Karen B. McAfee, Esquire
Susan Schalla, Esquire
Thomas C. Schroeder, Esquire
Michael J. Stewart

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