Exempt Organizations Update & Random Thoughts



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Course Description

Live Webcast – November 2, 2020

  • 10:00-11:45am PT / 11:00-12:45pm MT / 12:00-1:45pm CT / 1:00-2:45pm ET

The course will cover topics of interest to exempt organizations and their advisers. The topics will be those that have been discussed during the past year. Topics will be contemporary. For the most part the topics are focused on the IRS.

Attorney Henry H. RaattamaHenry H. Raattama, Jr.
Hank Raattama is a tax lawyer who focuses on nonprofit organizations, higher education institutions, individuals, and families in complex tax, estate, and business planning matters. Chambers USA describes Hank as “a leading nonprofit expert” and notes his “tremendous reputation.”

Hank is a frequent lecturer and author on tax matters and has been an adjunct professor in the Tax Master’s Program at the University of Miami College of Law. He is a member of the American College of Tax Counsel and The Florida Bar, where he is a past chair of its Tax Section and Tax Certification Committee. Active in the bar and community, Hank is a recipient of the Gerald T. Hart Outstanding Florida Tax Attorney, the James W. McLamore Miami-Dade County Volunteer of the Year Award, and Outstanding Professional Advisor, Miami-Dade County, Florida. He is an active member of the nonprofit community, having counseled many nonprofit organizations over the years and is involved with many charitable programs. He founded, and is currently a co-chair, of Philanthropy Miami, whose participants include most of the nonprofit community in Miami Dade County.

Contact Henry H. Raattama, Jr.

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1. Introduction to Exempt Organizations

2. IRS Accomplishments Letter – FY 2019 (3/2020)

3. IRS Priority Guidance Plan 2019-2020

– Notice 2020-47 FY 2020

– ABA Priority Guidance Recommendation 7/22/2020