Nationally-recognized “EO” Practitioner
Eve’s exempt organizations (EO) tax law expertise and skill in advocating for the sector before the
IRS is widely respected. She is well-versed in both 501(c)-exemption rules and the reach of the
unrelated business income tax, and routinely represents organizations on IRS ruling requests and/or
status correspondence. Eve handles two-three audit representations (both IRS and from other federal
authorities) a year for organizations throughout the country, and commonly advises organizations on
public charity qualification issues, private foundation mandates, and the limitations and/or
proscriptions on public advocacy and political engagement faced by 501(c)(3) organizations.
Training and Teaching
Eve provides Board and staff training on a variety of topics relating to management and/or overall
compliance needs. Alone or with other collaborating professionals, Eve provides information and
practical assistance in communicating on both Boards’ fiduciary responsibilities and management best
practices. In addition, she trains on “staying on the right side” of the IRS, state charity
authorities, and watchdog organizations, tasks that demand both the service of mission plus
attention to administrative necessities!