Executive Compensation for Tax-Exempt Organizations

The IRS recently released the Final Report of its Colleges and Universities Compliance Project, in which they examine practices regarding executive compensation and other business activities of tax-exempt colleges and universities. Although the report pertains to higher education institutions, its findings have broader implications for the executive compensation governance practices of all tax-exempt organizations. To help organizations ensure that their executive compensation governance processes are above reproach, SullivanCotter has summarized the key findings and takeaways relevant to executive compensation.

Read the full Compensation Insight


Share This: