Religion in the classroom

In an article published by the Ohio School Boards Association, in its October 2017 issue of School Management News, Miriam Pearlmutter asserted that school districts attempting to resolve religious conflicts should consider the First Amendment’s Religion Clauses as well as federal and state laws on employee discrimination. [More]

Contributions to quasi-governmental public-private partnerships

In the August 2017 issue of The Tax Adviser, Alexis J. Kim authored an article titled, "Contributions to quasi-governmental public-private partnerships." Through this article, donors may gain a better understanding of how a Sec. 115(1) organization can receive tax-deductible donations without having an IRS determination letter, and quasi-governmental agencies may secure a framework to use, in conjunction with tax counsel, during formation and ongoing operations, to comply with Secs. 115 and 170. [More]

PTO Practices

In an article titled, "PTO Practices," which appeared in the 2017 Summer Print issue of HR Cleveland (The Newsletter of the Cleveland Society for Human Resource Management), George J. Asimou asserted that employers need to continually review their paid time off (PTO) practices, in order to ensure that they are competitive. [More]