This webinar can help nonprofits put money back where it is needed most – toward fulfilling their missions.
There’s a simple way to free up unrestricted funds by lowering unemployment costs. Millions of employers are seeing rising taxes due to prolonged national unemployment – but 501(c)(3)s have an alternative.
During this webinar, you will learn 3 simple steps nonprofits can take to reduce unemployment costs.
- Opting out of the state unemployment tax system as a 501(c)(3)
- Using the right support systems and tools to manage claims
- Best practices in reducing improper claims charges
Adam Thorn has served the members of the Unemployment Services Trust, a grantor trust that helps nonprofits opt out of the state unemployment tax system, since 2007. He began as Operations Manager and currently sits as the Director of Operations. Prior to joining the UST leadership team, he served as Operations and Sales Management for a major electronics retailer. Adam is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara with a BA in Business Economics with and emphasis in Accounting.
The Unemployment Services Trust (UST) was formed by a group of nonprofits 28 years ago to help other nonprofits exercise their right to opt out of the state unemployment tax system. Today, UST is sponsored by nearly 70 nonprofit associations and continues to help more than 2,000 nonprofit members to monitor claims and lower unemployment costs. Last year, new members saved an average $99.74 per employee upon joining.