Posts from October 2011.

Many of us have both the privilege and the responsibility of serving as a board member or as a trustee of a charitable organization. Many of these charitable groups are organizations exempt from income tax as organizations described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, (an "Exempt Organization"). Because these Exempt Organizations are exempt from tax and receive other income tax benefits, they are generally held to a higher standard of care and are subject to strict compliance rules in certain areas.

One example of this higher standard of care are the ...

South Carolina imposes various taxes and reporting requirements on purchasers transacting business in the state. A sales tax is imposed on the sale at retail of tangible personal property and certain services in the state. South Carolina imposes a sales tax of six (6) percent (plus an additional one (1) percent "local option" tax in certain counties) on the retail sale of tangible personal property between a purchaser and seller within the state. A seller or retailer is required to collect the sales tax from a purchaser and remit the tax to the South Carolina Department of Revenue ...

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