August 22, 2016
Nexsen Pruet tax and employee benefits attorney Sue Odom is producing videos throughout the year on legal issues related to her law practice. In this new video, Sue discusses Corporate-Sponsored Charities.
She advises that businesses can establish separate non-profit charities as a creative way to encourage employee giving and community involvement. Such charities appeal to employees, while promoting the business and its philanthropic goals.
Suzanne G. Odom is a tax and employee benefits attorney who regularly advises clients about tax-exempt organization matters. Her clients include public charities and private foundations described in Section 501(c)(3), social welfare organizations under Section 501(c)(4), Section 501(c)(6) trade associations, Section 501(c)(12) electric cooperatives, and many others. Sue’s experience in the tax-exempt organization context includes establishing and dissolving non-profit entities, submitting determination letter requests to the IRS, and advising about on-going compliance issues.