ASAE will present Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) and Rep. Scott Taylor (R-VA) with a 2018 Sentinel Award during American Associations Day March 21 in Washington, DC. ASAE will also present Wendy Kavanagh, CAE, president of the Georgia Society of Association Executives (GSAE), with ASAE’s Association Political Leadership Award, for her stalwart support of ASAE’s advocacy… Read more »

The Trump administration announced this week it will rewrite rules to extend the time consumers can rely on short-term health plans to a year at a time. These short-term plans, which were intended to be a solution for people between jobs, do not have to comply with the Affordable Care Act’s benefits requirements and can… Read more »

Congress cleared a budget deal earlier this month that sets new caps on how much the government can spend over the next two years, but must still pass an omnibus package next month with detailed spending levels for each federal program for the rest of fiscal 2018, which ends Sept. 30. Top-line funding levels for… Read more »

ASAE and the CPA firm Tate & Tryon prepared an article this week to help tax-exempt organizations understand a provision in the new tax law that requires separate reporting of taxable income from different business activities. The provision in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the sweeping overhaul of the tax code signed into law… Read more »

On American Associations Day March 21 – 22, hundreds of your colleagues will come together in Washington, DC, to educate members of Congress and their staffs about how associations strengthen America. If you cannot attend the fly-in personally, there is a simple and powerful way to participate virtually through our social media Thunderclap. We ask… Read more »