Nonprofit Connect Blog

On Tuesday, September 24, the Department of Labor released their Final Rule regarding overtime compensation related to the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Last week, the National Council of Nonprofits released its new impact report and interactive microsite, Nonprofit Impact Matters. This new report highlights the work of America’s 1.3 million charitable nonprofits and examines their impact on the people and communities they serve.

The Department of Labor recently issued a rule proposal that would expand religious exemptions for all federal contractors, directly repealing current anti-discrimination provisions.

Last week, Nonprofit Connect's Project Manager Branden Haralson attended The National Council of Nonprofits’ Nonprofit Lobby Day in D.C. and advocated to Congress on behalf of the 8,997 registered 501(c)3 organizations in the Kansas City region. Read his takeaways and learn about the issues discussed.

The comment period for the DOL proposed changes to overtime regulations closes May 21, and Nonprofit Connect summarizes the Kansas City Mayoral Forum that we co-hosted on May 11.

Congress has recently introduced legislation that, if passed, If passed, could repeal the UBIT tax for nonprofits across the nation before the tax filing deadline of April 15.

Last Thursday, the U.S. Department of Labor released proposed changes to the overtime salary threshold rule, which falls under the jurisdiction of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

The deadline to post comments on the IRS’s page regarding the impact of the parking expense UBIT on nonprofits closes this Friday, February 22.

While the federal government was still in a partial shutdown, Nonprofit Connect sent a survey to our members to gain insight into how the shutdown was affecting the nonprofit sector in our area. With the opening of the federal government, we share the information we received because unless there is a resolution reached that passes both houses of Congress, and is approved by the White House, we will be back in a shutdown on February 16. We offer this information to you as education for how a 35-day shutdown