NLN Let's Go Legal Boost #2 First, let's remember what we talked about. The goal of this quiz is not to test your knowledge, but rather to reinforce the most important pieces that you learned about nonprofit law. If you don't answer a question correctly, don't worry. Read the correct answer and think about why how this applies to your board. As always, if you have questions please get in touch with us: email@example.com or (855) 299-2922. QUESTION 1: If a nonprofit corporation is asking the public for donations, what second registration might it need in Washington State? A) Charitable organizationB) Tax-exempt organizationC) Social welfare organizationD) 501(c)(3) A B C D HintA tax-exempt organization, or 501(c)(3), is a federal determination related to being exempt from federal income tax QUESTION 2: It is federal law that you must send a WRITTEN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT of a donation (also called a substantiation) for single contributions of this amount or more:A) $50B) $100C) $250D) $500 A B C D HintThe toolkit contains a list of what this letter should include QUESTION 3: OVERTIME wage rules do not apply to nonprofits.A) TrueB) FalseC) It depends A B C HintOvertime wage laws apply to everyone QUESTION 4: Nonprofits engage a lot of non-employees in their work, namely volunteers, interns, and independent contractors. Each of them has their own set of rules that go with them. Think about which of these types of non-employees your organization engages. Describe the systems you have in place to make sure they are being engaged legally.HintThe toolkit goes into the specifics for each of these three categories of non-employees. Most important for board members to know is that there are laws that govern how you engage people, particularly interns and independent contractors. You are better able to keep your organization compliant and protect it from harm if you ask good questions about the people doing the work of the organization What additional thoughts do you have about your legal policies? Your Name Your Email Address Time is Up!